Google Fined A Record £2.1 billion For Breaching EU Competition Rules

By Abdul Tukur Google has been fined a record £2.1bn for breaching EU competition rules. The internet search engine is said to have given an “illegal advantage to own comparison shopping service by abusing its search dominance.” It has been given 90 days to stop the practice or face more fines. Margrethe Vestager, the European … Continue reading Google Fined A Record £2.1 billion For Breaching EU Competition Rules

Saraki’s Aide Exposes Prof Sagay’s Dark Double Speak

By Danjuma Aliyu  The chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, PACAC, Professor Itse Sagay has been accused of trying to illegally influence the Senate President's case at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT. Senator Bukola Saraki was accused of false declaration of his assets. However, the case was dismissed by Justice Danladi Umar who … Continue reading Saraki’s Aide Exposes Prof Sagay’s Dark Double Speak

The Sun Sues EFCC Over Invasion Of Premises

From http://thenigerialawyer.com The Sun Publishing Limited has prayed the Abuja division of the Court of Appeal to restrain the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, or its agents from sealing off its premises pending the hearing and determination of its appeal before the court. The newspaper organisation took the step, following yesterday’s invasion of its … Continue reading The Sun Sues EFCC Over Invasion Of Premises

Trump’s Visit To London Cancelled Due To Planned Protest Against Him

By Adenike Lucas Donald Trump has reportedly cancelled his state visit to London after constant threat of a protest against him. The Guardian's diplomatic editor Patrick Wintour said that the US President Theresa May via telephone, that he would not to visit until he gains support from the British public. More than a million people … Continue reading Trump’s Visit To London Cancelled Due To Planned Protest Against Him

PROTEST: Magu Of EFCC Divul ging Official Information On Investigation Via Social Media, Says Group

Exclusive by Adenike Lucas A group of protesters have demanded the immediate removal of the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for President Muhammadu Buhari's fight against corruption to be successful. The group under the banner of the Global Centre for Conscious Living Against Corruption, GLOCCOLAC, said Ibrahim Mustafa Magu "must go," because … Continue reading PROTEST: Magu Of EFCC Divul ging Official Information On Investigation Via Social Media, Says Group

How strong is EFCC’s prosecuting arm?

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?

Why The Appointment Of The Next EFCC Chairman Must Not Be Sentiment Based

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

General Election 2017: Green Party Unleash Plan For A Four-day Working Week In Manifesto

By Abdul Tukur  The Green Party has launched its election manifesto - where it promised to introduce a four-day working week and scrap tuition fees, in an appeal to get more young voters. Co-leader Caroline Lucas said the party's "Green Guarantee" was about hope, and we need hope now like never before." “I can’t remember … Continue reading General Election 2017: Green Party Unleash Plan For A Four-day Working Week In Manifesto