- About 55 people stole $6.2billion from Nigeria - Lai Mohammed
- EFCC threatens to jail me if I didn't lie - INEC official accused of taking N30million bribe from Diezani
- APC woman leader, ex-SUBEB chair, others remanded over N1.5bn scam
- Nigerian senators earn more than US president - Sagay blasts NASS
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has sent two officials to the UK with evidence that ex-Minister Diezani Alison Madueke committed fraud.
Former Minister of Petroleum, Alison-Madueke has been caught in yet another corruption scandal and this time she allegedly said she is ready to spill the beans.
- The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) a minister under president Goodluck Jonathan was accused on Thursday, June 22, accused of corruption.
NAIJ.com gathered that there are at least 5 corruption cases in courts across Nigeria according to a list and infographic published by TransparencITng.
An Islamic group has reacted to the ex-minister's son that was granted permission to travel for Hajj while he was on trial for alleged N1.2billion fraud.
A cleric of the Eckankar religious movement, Emeka Ezeh has traced the root of endemic corruption in Nigerian society to spiritual poverty among the populace
The House of Reps has criticised the raid carried out by the police on the apartment of Danjuma Goje and called for the return of the 2017 budget document.
A High Court in Maitama, the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja cleared Justice Adeniyi Ademola and his wife of all the corruption charges filed against them.
A high court in Yola, the Adamawa state capital has sentenced former state governor Barrister Bala James Ngillari to five years in jail without option of fine.
Ex-Group Managing Director (GMD) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Andrew Yakubu has moved to have the huge cash found in his home returned.
Preliminary checks by FG shows that five of the SANs were handling cases against the interest of the government in some high-profile corruption cases.
Sen. Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central has refused to back down from the report alleging corrupt practices against Babachir even after meeting APC leaders.
The Corruption Perceptions Index compiled by Transparency International for 2016 shows something remarkable for Nigeria's anti-corruption fight this year.