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Legislators urged to support fight against corruption

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National Chairman, Foundation for the Advancement of Ethics and Values of Nigeria, Dr. M. A. Opara, has called on the legislative arms at all levels of government to support President Muhammadu Buhari in the fight against corruption.
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Best brains in varsities, private practice should prosecute corrupt officials — Oyewo

Best brains in varsities, private practice should prosecute corrupt officials — Oyewo

A former Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, Prof. Oyelowo Oyewo, tells TOBI AWORINDE that a revision of the country’s legal framework and policies is necessary to effectively tackle institutionalised corruption What is your take on the report of the committee set up by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, […] …

Babachir Lawal breaks silence on his probe by EFCC, relationship with Buhari

Babachir Lawal breaks silence on his probe by EFCC, relationship with Buhari

Babachir Lawal, sacked secretary to the government of the federation (SGF), says he’s happy with his ongoing probe by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). In October 2017, Lawal
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Corruption ruining Nigeria’s economy –FUTA don

Corruption ruining Nigeria’s economy –FUTA don

A Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Tomola Obamuyi, has warned that the high level of corruption in the country will in the near future make Nigeria more unsafe for everybody with worsening unemployment and poverty levels. Obamuyi gave the warning while delivering the institution’s 99th inaugural lecture titled, […] …

But for corruption, African football would’ve been better – Undercover Ghanaian Journalist

But for corruption, African football would’ve been better – Undercover Ghanaian Journalist

“I think that we in Africa would have done better at the world (soccer) stage if we had not allowed people to infiltrate the camps of football setting.”
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