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“Nigeria Must Move Away From Politics Of God Fatherisms”, Says Ex...

"I think to me politics is a duty not a privilege, I don’t think you should be going into politics because of what you can get or what you can gain, my purpose of joining politics is based on what I want to give.

EFCC not working… Nigerians urge govt to disband it and...

Nigerians across the world have lent their voices to the current war against corruption in the country concluding that efforts to stamp out the

‘Patriotic’ ex-Gov Ibori pleaded guilty to corrupt charges to save Nigeria’s...

The embattled former governor of Delta State, Jame Onanefe Ibori who pleaded guilty recently to corruption charges in a London Crown Court said he did so in order to save the image of Nigeria.

Corruption Case Shocker! Cases against Dimeji Bankole, Nafada dismissed, as Court...

An Abuja High Court has dismissed all corruption charges brought against former speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Dimeji Bankola and his deputy, Usman Bayero Nafada claiming the duo has got no case to answer.

War on Oil corruption: Nigeria on track of self discovery as...

Fears and apprehension grip dodgy oil dealers and marketers as nation set foot on path of self rediscovery with oil dealing nation destroyers fear...

How Ex Bank chief Akingbola Transferred N25 Billion To Offshore Accounts...

The trial of former Managing Director of Intercontinental Bank Plc, Mr Erastus Akingbola and his associate, Mr. Bayo Dada resumed o

"Make EFCC effective for a better hope", Human Rights Watch tells...

The country’s governing elite continues to squander and siphon off the nation’s tremendous oil wealth, neglecting basic health and education services for the vast majority of ordinary citizens. Widespread graft has fueled political violence, police abuses, and other human rights violations.

A nation betrayed: Confident Dimeji Bankole challenges EFCC legality to prosecute...

An attempt by the former House of Representatives, Hon Dimeji Bankole to establish an escape route for corrupt leaders and public office holders in the country to avoid justice when faced with the long hand of the law has been challenged by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission urging a court to disregard the former speaker's lawyer's request.

We want convictions not drama, senator tells EFCC

A leader of the senate yesterday gave a wake-up call to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), saying the anti-graft agency should stop the drama of arresting high-profile political office holders and focus on securing convictions.

Bode George: World may lower Nigeria from position of corruption fight.

Nigeria stands the misfortune of being stepped down by world bodies that assess the level of seriousness on World corruption fight according to an observer.
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