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Ex-CDS Badeh’s firm convicted in N3.9 billion fraud suit

The Federal High Court, Abuja has convicted Iyalikam Nigeria Limited, a company linked to the late Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Air Chief Marshall Alex Badeh, of corruption and money laundering charges.
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Court Terminates Charges Against Late Alex Badeh

An Abuja Division of the Federal High Court has today, March 4th terminated the charges filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against the late former Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh. This is coming after Mr Badeh was killed by gunmen last year when returning from his farm in Nasarawa State. The […]
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SGF, Plateau, Adamawa governors bid farewell to Alex Badeh

Secretary Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, the governor of Plateau state, Simon Bako Lalong, and the governor of Adamawa state, Bindo Jibrilla, all bid their farewell to late Air Vice Marshall Alex Badeh, who was buried today. The service which was held at the Pentecostal church Air Force base in Abuja, on Wednesday, […]
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Ex-CDS Badeh laid to rest in Abuja

Ex-CDS Badeh laid to rest in Abuja

Molly Kilete The body of the former Chief of Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal. Alex Badeh, who was killed on December 18, along the Abuja/Keffi old Kaduna road, has been laid to rest. He was committed to mother earth at exactly 1.16p.m. at the National Military Cemetery, Abuja, after a funeral service held at the […]
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[PHOTOS] Alex Badeh Buried In Abuja

Former Chief of Defence Staff and former Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshall Alex Badeh funeral is ongoing at the Pentecostal Church, Air Force base in Abuja. Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, governors of the Plateau and Adamawa state, Simon Bako Lalong and Bindo Jibrilla, Cheif of Defence Staff, General […]
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Badeh to be buried, January 23 – Military

The late Ex-Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), retired Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh will be buried on Jan. 23 at the National Military Cemetery in Abuja. According to a statement by Brig.-Gen John Agim, the Acting Director Defence Information, DDI, the remains of late CDS will be committed to mother earth at 12.30 p. m. […]
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The assassination of Alex Badeh, insecurity and the privatisation of the police (3)

WE must try to put issues in their right perspective and recognise things as they are. What our legislators and others bent on playing politics with the unfortunate death of a man should be asking for is justice for all. They do not love Badeh more or care for the security of Nigerians more than those who demand that the murderers of Badeh should be tracked down and made to face the law while the question of his trial is not linked to some nebulous claims of his being privy to some classified information.
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The assassination of Alex Badeh, insecurity and the privatisation of the police (2)

FAMOUS or infamous as the Chibok and Dapchi school girls’ abduction cases have been, the Nigerian government is still in the game of spinning stories about what is going on. The government has not been able to do what it has severally promised: secure freedom for all the girls. Neither have their parents, families and friends been allowed closure after these many years of endless promises and chest-thumping about beating Boko Haram at its own game.
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