Thursday, September 20, 2018

Tag "Anti-graft war"

    Buhari ‘expecting a lot’ from Justice Salami committee

Buhari ‘expecting a lot’ from Justice Salami committee

President Muhammadu Buhari says there are increasing hopes that the judiciary will support the anti-graft war and commends the appointment of the Justice Ayo Salami Committee to oversee corruption cases. In his Independence Day message to Nigerians on Sunday, Buhari also said every Nigerian has to be involved in the fight for it to be successful."There are signs of increasing cooperation [...]

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    Malami, Magu and the blues of anti-corruption war

Malami, Magu and the blues of anti-corruption war

Much as both labour to put up gestures suggesting cordiality, truth is there is no love lost between them. And interestingly, the one thing that came between them is corruption, which is also supposed to be the only thing that should see them basking in a harmonious relationship in this dispensation. What a paradox! How to engage this terrible plague is [...]

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    Nigeria ‘working very hard’ to return to Egmont Group

Nigeria ‘working very hard’ to return to Egmont Group

A presidential ad hoc committee set up to facilitate the return of Nigeria to the Egmont Group on Wednesday submitted its report to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.TheCable had earlier reported that the anti-graft war was in jeopardy over the suspension of Nigeria from the Egmont Group.Thereafter, the senate passed a law seeking to create an autonomous Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit Agency - one [...]

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    Nigeria has ‘failed to address’ issues behind suspension from Egmont group

Nigeria has ‘failed to address’ issues behind suspension from Egmont group

The Financial Action Task Force (FAFT), a global anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing monitoring body, has warned against Nigeria's "repeated failure" to address issues leading to its suspension from the Egmont group.TheCable had in July reported the news of Nigeria’s suspension from the group, with a threat of expulsion in January 2018 if the country fails to meet meet the operation standards [...]

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    Lai: We owe looters obligation to respect their privacy

Lai: We owe looters obligation to respect their privacy

Lai Mohammed, minister of information, says the federal government owes indicted persons who have voluntarily returned their loot the obligation to respect their privacy.Speaking on Channels TV on Sunday, Mohammed said some of those indicted in the anti-graft war had voluntarily returned their loot.He said releasing their names was not “morally right”, adding that some of them were not aware [...]

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    Sagay: SANs frustrating corruption cases should be barred from courts

Sagay: SANs frustrating corruption cases should be barred from courts

Itse Sagay, chairman of the presidential advisory committee against corruption, says senior advocates of Nigeria (SANs) frustrating high-profile corruption cases should be denied the right of appearance during the court hearing of such cases.Sagay said this on Wednesday at a media roundtable organised by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) in Lagos.Sagay, a SAN, said such measure should be part of [...]

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