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N23bn Diezani bribe: INEC suspends 202 staff

Prof. Mahmood Yakubu INEC Chairman...send staffers on indictment leave

*Place them on half salaries Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has suspended 202 personnel indicted by a preliminary report from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly receiving N23billion bribe disbursed on the instruction of a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, ahead of the 2015 general …

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DSS releases more implicating evidence against acting EFCC boss

Ibrahim Magu Acting Chairman EFCC...was shunned by a man who is above the law

*Magu reacts with his explanation Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN) had earlier written to the State Security Service requesting for evidence of the allegations levelled against Ibrahim Magu, the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). He got the response, sent it to Magu …

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Saraki, Magu and the phantom war on corruption

Dr Bukola Saraki and Mr Ibrahim Magu

*Why Senate is very right to have rejected Magu From Jude Ndukwe Wednesday, 15th of March was the day Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) was hoping to have his appointment confirmed by the much vilified Nigerian Senate led by Dr Bukola Saraki, …

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Take a stand against corruption, Ambode’s wife charges women

*As South-West women unite against menace By Adeyemi Robinson-Adefioye, Lagos Wife of Lagos State Governor, Mrs Bolanle Ambode on Wednesday emphasised the need for early inculcation of right virtues in children from the home front especially by discouraging any act, behaviour and attitude that abets corruption. Speaking at the South-West …

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Senator Omogunwa seeks for legalisation, libralisation of corruption

*Buhari sets funeral service for anti-corruption war – Shehu Sani By Sandra Onyekwere Senator Yele Omogunwa (APC-Ondo South) has asked the west African nation’s Senate to legalise corruption, in spite of its being one of the major problems confronting one of Africa’s largest economies. Omogunwa spoke during the plenary on …

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‘I left behind $5.6Bn NLNG dividend fund for Buhari govt’- Diezani

EFCC gets forfeiture order against Diezani

*Can’t bear lies manufactured and sold as truth to Nigerians by EFCC *Documents to show the truth churned out By Olajide Fashikun Nigeria’s former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Maduekwe, has decided to tell the nation for the first time in over one year, the truth she knows against …

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Ndume sacked for standing with Ibrahim Magu

Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria...wants Nigerians to pay more for fuel

*Lawan is new Senate Leader By Sandra Onyekwere Facts emerged why Pro-Saraki Senators in the Senate rooted for and removed Senator Ali Ndume as the Leader of the Senate while replacing the latter with Senator Ahmad Lawan to the leadership of the Senate as the new leader. It was gathered …

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Magu’s rejection shreds Senate leadership into camps

Dr Bukola Saraki and Mr Ibrahim Magu

*Will they resume from break polarised? By Sandra Onyekwere It is no more news that the Nigerian Senate, on Thursday 15th December, 2016, rejected the nomination of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu, for confirmation as the substantive Chairman of the Commission. She …

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Magu, SGF: Senate goofed so badly

President Buhari, Ibrahim Magu and Bukola Saraki...new twists

By Tonnie Iredia Nigerian Senate is fast becoming more powerful by the day. That seems to be the desire of its members who describe themselves as distinguished. Although it is a law-making body which puts it within the legislature, its posture sometimes makes it look like it also has both …

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Freedom of corruption is order of the day

*As Senate rejects Magu helping corruption fight back From SKC Ogbonnia Before assuming the presidency in May 2015, Muhammadu Buhari rightly proclaimed that “corruption will kill Nigeria, unless Nigeria kills corruption.” Unfortunately, however, after barely one year in office, a diverse segment of the population began to openly pray for …

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