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Former Speaker of the House of |Representatives, Honourable Dimeji Bankole has expressed that he would rather remain silent on national issues now rather than...
Nigerians across the world have lent their voices to the current war against corruption in the country concluding that efforts to stamp out the
“I have a vision I believe that from this hallowed chamber shall flow robust debates, exciting motions, timely bills, and quality legislation that will significantly impact on the standard and quality of lives of our expectant people" Dimeji Bankole.
Dissatisfied over Tuesday's judgement that set free former House of Representatives Speaker Dimeji Bankole and his Deputy, Usman Nafada, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission are back in court
Festus Keyamo, the leading prosecuting Counsel to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has expressed his disagreement on the judgement of Justice Suleiman...
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.
Former Speaker of Nigeria House of Representatives, Hon Dimeji Bankole will face corruption charges after all, as his request to the Court to disregard charges of misappropriation of N38bn House funds was thrown out on Monday.
It is emerging that certain group of people, especially from the nation's political elites are pressurizing witnesses not to testify in the on-going trial of former House of Representative Speaker
A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory was on Monday, November 21st, 2011, told how a former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dimeji Bankole and his deputy, Usman Bayero Nafada unilaterally increased allowances of members from N17 million per quarter to N42 million per quarter, amounting to N60.480 billion annually.
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.