PDP Rejects Presidential Result, Says Democracy Under Threat, Summons Legal Term

  The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has rejected the on-going announcement of the 2019 Presidential results saying it is “incorrect thus unacceptable” adding “democracy is under threat”. Meanwhile it has summoned its legal term for a meeting. Bellow is the full text of a Statement by PDP National Chairman Our Democracy is Under Threat Protocols: […]

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EFCC Goofed: Two Men Arrested With $2.8m Were on a Legitimate Assignment – Union Bank

The management of Union Bank has explained that the men who were arrested at the Enugu Airport by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) were on a legitimate assignment. EFCC operatives had paraded two men on Friday as alleged fraudsters who were in possession of $2.8 million. In tweets posted on its […]

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NBA PRESIDENT VS EFCC: “I Am a Victim of Vendetta, Attempt to Humiliate, Subjugate the Nigeria Bar Association – Paul Usoro

My Dear Colleagues, 1. Yesterday, 18 December 2018, I locked horns with the forces that seek to eclipse us as lawyers and destabilize and destroy the very foundations of our Association. There may still be a few of us who believe that the charges against me in Charge No. FHC/L/418C/18 are personal to me. They […]

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CBN: Nigeria’s Monthly Import Bill drops by 75.9%

The Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, has revealed that the various initiatives aimed at encouraging domestic production, have resulted in Nigeria’s monthly import bill falling significantly from $665.4 million in January 2015, to $160.4 million as at October 2018, representing a drop by 75.9 per cent and an implied savings […]

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Despite the Video Bribe Scandal, Gov. Ganduje Donates N10m to EFCC

Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje, of Kano state, currently under pressure to step down based on videos where he was seen allegedly collecting bribes from contractors  has donated N10 million to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and other agencies organising the National anti-corruption marathon. The EFCC collaborated with the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences […]

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Concern Over Fire Incident at EFCC Data Centre, Few Days After Buhari Demanded for Accountability

Last Monday’s night fire incident at the building currently housing the EFCC Data Centre and the Combined Inter-Agency Task Force few days after President Mohammadu Buhari told visiting Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN) leadership that “I have directed the EFCC to account for every kobo  it has recovered and put them in a dedicated account,”  is […]

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Fayose’s Challenge: Will Oshiomohle, Amaechi, Others Accused of Corruption Submit Themselves to EFCC Investigation

Lere Olayinka, spokesman of Ayodele Fayose, former governor of Ekiti state, says his principal has thrown a challenge to President Muhammadu Buhari’s men by submitting himself for investigation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Olayinka made the remark at the federal high court, Ikoyi, where Fayose is facing trial for alleged money laundering […]

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Fayose and His “Psychological Battle” Against EFCC By Samuel O. Ajayi

  When you have ‘over-threatened’ a child over perceived wrongdoing and same fella first runs but comes back with a long and thick cane and hands over to you and says: “I am ready for the punishment sir.” Now, you hand the child six strong lashes and the next thing he asks is this: “Is […]

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Should Oshiomhole be Denied the Honour of a Trail? By Nosa Omorodion

          The Oxford Dictionary, among other things, defines trial as “a formal examination of evidence in order to decide guilt in a criminal or civil proceedings”. The term does not necessarily imply guilt; it is a process towards establishing guilt or not. Therefore, it may not be a dishonourable thing to […]

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N500 ALLEGED FRAUD IN SUBEB: DELTA ONLINE PUBLISHERS PROTEST THREAT TO LIFE OF ONE OF ITS MEMBERS BY OKOWA’S AIDES

The Delta Online Publishers Forum (DOPF) has been briefed of alleged threat to life of one of its members, Mr. Albert Ograka, Publisher of www.blanknewsonline.com, an online news website based in the  state, following a report published in the medium, which bothers on alleged fraud in State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), an agency of the […]

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