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James Ibori is not the worse corrupt criminal in Nigeria. His incarceration and hard knock into the abyss through foreign process of law could...
"You Are A Mischief Maker", Nuhu Ribadu Accuses Farida Waziri-Former Chairman of Economic And Financial Crime Commission, Mr Nuhu Ribadu has taken a hard...
...Despite the fact that each of the 414 local governments in the north currently has budget in excess of the N8.3 trillion of the entire Northern Region under the late Sardauna of Sokoto, Ahmadu Bello, successive administrations in the region have failed to meet the expectations of the people.
Nigeria lost out on tens of billions of dollars in oil and gas revenues over the last decade from cut price deals struck between multinational oil companies and government officials, a confidential report seen by Reuters says.
The former EFCC boss said Nigerians must now see “corruption as a pre-eminent national security threat and a war which has assumed a systemic and endemic character”, which we must all enlist our different capabilities to combat or go down with the ship.
The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has reiterated its long-standing position barring members of the party from accepting appointments from the PDP-led Federal Government. In...
The former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu has been picked to chair the Petroleum Revenue Special Taskforce just established by the Federal government.
Nuhu Ribadu, the presidential candidate of the Action Congress of Nigeria and former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has quietly relocated to Afghanistan to assume duties as a member of the Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee in that country.
Let Ribadu go about his business and campaign. I wish him luck. He probably can’t be any worse than the rest but it is now so glaring that he is not any better, either. Let his supporters spare me the pain of reading any more propaganda. The game is over; I now see him for who he is. For me, Ribadu has just lost the little edge he had, that benefit of doubt.
“I endorse generational change, because the future is for the youth and we have to support them. That is why, I endorse and support Ribadu and Adeola. We have faith in them and we have hope in them.”, says Ibrahim Babangida