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Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate the assets of Olusegun Obasanjo.
Senator Dino Melaye has blamed the civil servants for hampering the impact of the change promised by the ruling APC through their corrupt practices.
A former chairman of the EFCC Nuhu Ribadu has named some Nigerians he did all they could to frustrate the nation’s fight against corruption.
brahim Magu, has blamed the corrupt tendencies of Nigerian leaders as the cause of the current economic crisis in the country.
Last week I visited a public institution in Lagos to see the ‘big oga’ who was to help sign a document. This last visit was my third.
The House of Representatives have justified defended its decision to buy exotic cars for its 360 members at a period of economy recession.
Dr Jerry Madibo attributes the Nigeria’s socio-economic underdevelopment to corruption and calls on Nigerians to eliminate corruption.
Two planes laden with 1.2bn naira in cash were used in a cash exchange between top politicians who are currenlty investigated by the EFCC.
There were scores of protests from SURE-P labourers for months of unpaid stipends on assumption of office by President Buhari.
NAIJ.com Editor-in-Chief, Bayo Olupohunda, explores how the raid of the DSS on the judges exposed politicians-judiciary conspiracy.
Corruption in Nigeria is endemic and as expected, has done more harm to Nigeria’s growth and development than good.
The newspapers for Monday, October 24, focus on the bribery allegation involving some judges being investigated by DSS.
Abubakar Malami (SAN), says it is impossible for the federal government to track the exact figure of Nigeria’s looted funds abroad.
A founding member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Abu King Shuluwa, has described Patience Jonathan as a very rich woman.
Chairman of the presidential advisory committee against corruption, Prof Itse Sagay (SAN) has accused senior lawyers of corrupting Judges.
Dino Melaye appears to have courted trouble following his purchase of a new supercar which is worth about N180million.
Senator Shehu Sani has warned the current administration that the current economic recession may result in revolution by Nigerians.
It is no longer Goodluck Jonathan, his wife, his loyalists and leading members of the PDP that are being targeted anymore.
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and other lawmakers Delta state House of Assembly have allegedly padded billions of naira in the DESOPADEC budget.
Sunday Ola Makinde, a former Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, is not happy with the current economic hardship Nigeria is facing.
Chief Edwin Clark has described the members of the National Assembly as the “most corrupt and number one enemies of this country”.
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project has sued the federal government for failure to provide name the suspected looters.