- A sitting Governor is not a procurement entity, Appeal Court Judge rules. - Charges against him were based on state procurement’s law – Counsel to Ngilari The Court of Appeal sitting in Yola, Adamawa State, yesterday discharged and acquitted former Governor of Adamawa State, Bala James Ngilari, of five counts bordering
- The EFCC inaugurates committee to re-position the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit - The committee will be chaired by Dr. Abdullahi Shehu, a former director general of the Inter-Governmental Action Against Money Laundering in West Africa - The inauguration came on the heels of the recent suspension of the NFIU from membership
-The Nigeria Senate on Wednesday passed Whistle-Blowers Protection Bill. -Senate president Bukola Saraki says lawmakers will remain committed in the fight against corruption. The Nigerian Senate has passed the whistle-blowers protection bill meant to protect persons making disclosures for public interest and others from reprisals. The bill was passed by the upper
The Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris has ordered a complete investigation and arrest of those behind the threat against Igbo people residing in the northern part of Nigeria. IGP gave this matching order Thursday during a meeting with the Senior Nigeria police officers at the Force headquarters Abuja.
Aggrieved Nigerian soldiers have allegedly written to President Buhari over non-payment of their 7 months salaries. The soldiers who recently came back from peace keeping mission in Liberia, however threatened to resort to lawlessness if the issue is not resolved on time. The soldiers are of the Battalion 38, United
The former Head of Service (HoS), Stephen Oronsaye has been discharged and acquitted of corruption charges leveled against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). A High Court in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), on Tuesday discharged Oronsaye, of the N190 million corruption charges leveled against
Civil society groups in Nigeria have called for a probe and redress of the latest State Security Service, SSS lopsided recruitment of cadet officers which blatantly violated the federal character principle. The State Security Service had shockingly lopsided employment with wide disparity in the number of slots allocated to the