Effective or falling flat? A fresh look at high-level corruption prosecutions in Nigeria, Malawi and Tanzania, by @GerhardAnders and @MatthewTPage https://t.co/sWeTOMJKq4
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#UpcomingCorruptionCases The trial of owner of Induccon Nigeria Ltd, John Warimeme Abebe by @officialEFCC over alleged $4m fraud will continue today before Hon. Justice M. A. Dada of Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja.
This has taken long. Okoi Obono-Obla is now suspended and we hope justice will prevail.
Dear @MBuhari, kindly consider a July 2018 report by @HouseNGR which indicted your SA on Prosecution, Okoi Obono-Obla for forgery of WAEC certificate. The WAEC Registrar testified before an ad-hoc Committee of the @HouseNGR that the result was altered & thus invalid.
"We (Nigerians) are all affected by corruption indirectly or directly, we need to own the processes from top to bottom". Chinedu Bassey -@blecc27 on #TheConduit
Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015) makes provision for some guidelines which should be of assistance to
judges in performing their sentencing functions. The Act also
makes provision for other alternatives to imprisonment .
The real cost of corruption in government, whether it is local, state, or federal, is a loss of the public trust.
It's estimated that African countries are losing at least US$50 billion annually to illicit financial flows. Where are those billions? #CorruptionBarometer https://t.co/Bx0j2YGpB1
FLASH: A Kaduna State High Court has granted leave to the leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife to travel to India for medical treatment in India.
Voter Education on PVCA campaign to educate voters on PVC collection and voting in 2019 elections.
#MainaGateThis video explains the fraud allegation against a former pension boss, Abdulrasheed Maina.
Egmont Group Suspends NFIUExplainer video on why Egmont Group suspends Nigeria's Financial Intelligence Unit, the consequences and way forward.