Court Of Appeal Tells EFCC It Can’t Prosecute Serving Judges

By Abdul Tukur, Political correspondent A serving judge can no longer be investigated or prosecuted by The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC unless they have been dismissed by the National Judicial Council, NJC. This ruling delivered by the Court of appeal in Lagos was made in a suit between the EFCC and a judge, Hydiazira … Continue reading Court Of Appeal Tells EFCC It Can’t Prosecute Serving Judges

PDP National Convention: Uche Secondus Emerges As PDP National Chairman

By Adenike Lucas Uche Secondus, a former acting chairman of the People Democratic Party, PDP has emerged as the new national leader of the party.   Mr Secondus scored 2,000 votes to defeat other candidate including, Prof. Tunde Adeniran, Raymond Dokpesi and Tahoeed Adedoja. Prof. Adeniran has already rejected the results.           … Continue reading PDP National Convention: Uche Secondus Emerges As PDP National Chairman

Saraki Says Anti-graft Agencies Have Stolen Recovered Loot – And This Confirms Allegations EFCC Staff Made Against Magu

By Adenike Lucas Nigerians went to the polls in 2015 to elect a new President. They voted for President Muhammadu Buhari on the basis of change and the promise to kill corruption. But for over a year, staff members at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have exposed horrid details of their corrupt boss, … Continue reading Saraki Says Anti-graft Agencies Have Stolen Recovered Loot – And This Confirms Allegations EFCC Staff Made Against Magu

#MainaGate: Hearing In Case Filed By Ex PRTT Boss Adjourned To December 15

By Adenike Lucas The Kaduna State High Court today adjourned the hearing of a suit filed by the embattled former Chairman of the Presidential Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina to December 15. Mr Maina wants to stop the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC from arresting or prosecuting him over alleged corruption. The embattled ex-PRTT … Continue reading #MainaGate: Hearing In Case Filed By Ex PRTT Boss Adjourned To December 15

How Magu’s EFCC Shared 53 Property Seized From John Yusuf, Teidi, Others

By Reporter The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has been accused of sharing 53 houses seized by the defunct Maina led Pension Reform Taskforce Team. According to a petition to the Senate and DSS, by David Adodo, chairman of concerned federal pensioners, the total recovered assets was worth N1.63 trillion from alleged Pension thieves, and that many … Continue reading How Magu’s EFCC Shared 53 Property Seized From John Yusuf, Teidi, Others

How EFCC Is Making A Mockery Of The “Whistleblower” Policy

By INJUSTICE BLOG At a time Nigeria has received yet a five star rating among the committee of nations in the world for corruption and corrupt practices, the federal government of Nigeria under the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency through the ministry of finance made a giant stride with the introduction of the whistleblower policy which was … Continue reading How EFCC Is Making A Mockery Of The “Whistleblower” Policy

BREAKING: Budget 2018: President Warns Of Illegal Recruitment, Tells Nigerians That Whistle Blower Lines Are Still Open

By Danjuma Aliyu and Adenike Lucas President Muhammadu Buhari has presented the 2018 budget to a joint session of the National Assembly. Nigeria's head of state delivered the budget today at 2pm. Among the list of announcement made by the President, was a reminder to Nigerians about the whistle blower act. The policy which was … Continue reading BREAKING: Budget 2018: President Warns Of Illegal Recruitment, Tells Nigerians That Whistle Blower Lines Are Still Open

INTERPOL Yet To Get Fresh Request For Maina’s Arrest – Source

PUNCH NG The Federal Government has yet to send fresh request to the International Police to assist it in tracking and arresting the fleeing ex-Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, PUNCH investigation has revealed. Maina had been invited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to explain his role in … Continue reading INTERPOL Yet To Get Fresh Request For Maina’s Arrest – Source

COMMENT | Let’s Not Deceive Ourselves: Corruption Is Winning

👤 by Umar Sa'ad Hassan, CABLE NG ‘Corruption is fighting back’.That phrase has long assumed cliché status. As a lot of us have learnt, it is the easiest way to justify a hypocritical war on corruption. Corruption isn’t fighting back when Buhari sits on the SGF probe or refuses to look into how some states are still … Continue reading COMMENT | Let’s Not Deceive Ourselves: Corruption Is Winning