By Dr. Ismaila Farouk Contrary to the widely held belief that Vice President Osinbajo, a pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, a senior advocate of Nigeria, and a Professor of law is above board, a forensic analysis of his activities since he assumed office reveals that the VP has consistently abused his office, … Continue reading Osinbajo is no saint, Consolidating for 2019
By Christian Smith The Ariane Grande One Love benefit concert scheduled to take place in Manchester sold within 20 minutes of going on general sale. Miss Grande will be joined by her colleagues such as Niall Horan, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber. The event scheduled to hold this Sunday after 22 concert goers were killed … Continue reading One Love Manchester Concert Tickets Sells Out In 20 Minutes
By Abdul Tukur Nigeria's lawmakers have confirmed the appointment of 15 Resident Electoral Commissioners, RECs that were appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari. President Buhari sent the names of 27 REC nominees on February 27, 2017, but the Senate delayed their confirmation, following a battle between the two arms of government. The conflict came after the rejection of … Continue reading Senate Confirms 15 Resident Electoral Commissioners
By Joseph Jibueze After losing strings of high-profile cases bothering on corruption, the Federal Government is banking on appeal to keep the cases alive. But several factors are responsible for the losses. JOSEPH JIBUEZE examines the losses and writes that there must be thorough investigation, diligent prosecution and committed judiciary for Nigeria to win the … Continue reading How strong is EFCC’s prosecuting arm?
By Abusidiqu.com In any democratic system, it is often said that “majority carries the vote”. From the moment President Muhammadu Buhari assumed office on 29th May, 2015, most Nigerians expected that as a new Sheriff in town, who actually abhors corruption, his first point of call would be the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. Though, … Continue reading Why The Appointment Of The Next EFCC Chairman Must Not Be Sentiment Based