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Supreme court orders EFCC to return N9bn to ex-First Bank director

“The decisions of the federal high court, Coram Judice: Hassan, J. delivered in Suit No: FHC/L/CS/13/2017 on 16th February 2017 are hereby set aside. The order of final forfeiture of the sum of N9,080,000,000.00 (Nine Billion and Eighty Million Naira) to the federal government of Nigeria is hereby set aside. It is hereby ordered that the said sum of N9,080,000,000.00 (Nine Billion and Eighty Million Naira) be returned to the appellant forthwith,” the court ordered.

Magu, a liability to the image of Nigeria and Federal Government’s Anti-Corruption war – COPA

It is imperative for the public to recall that acting on an indicting report from the Department of Secret Service (DSS) on corrupt practices against Mr. Ibrahim Magu, the 8th National Assembly had refused to confirm his nomination as substantive Chairman of the EFCC, and most public opinion at the time from objective quatres called for the replacement of Mr. Magu as EFCC Chairman, a legislative and public outcry that was curiously ignored by Mr. President, and which is most regrettable today as Mr. Magu’s leadership has continued to be dogged and blighted by allegations of corruption.

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Update: Baba Ijesha arraigned for alleged sexual assault, attempted rape of minor

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FEC approves resumption of FCT N1trn land swap initiative launched by Jonathan

some amendments were made to the original form of the initiative by establishing a legal framework to protect all parties.

You must end insurgency, banditry, others — Reps tell new Army Chief

Let me assure you that the Joint Committees on Defence and Army will be thorough, transparent and sincere in the conduct of this screening. We owe this to Nigerians as their representatives. Consequently, we seek your cooperation as we embark on this constitutional legislative process”.

Breaking: Nigeria’s inflation rate slows to 17.93% in May

The food inflation also reduced to 22.28 percent in May from 22.72 in April.