Former Chief Judge says judiciary is victim of corruption
Justice Ibrahim Auta, a former Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, says the judiciary, especially the judges have become victims of corruption allegation in the country. Auta made the assertion during the conferment of Award of Excellence on him by the Society Watch Media Ltd. (SWML), an NGO, on Wednesday in Abuja. He said…
2019 elections: Priest warns politicians against corruption
A Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Pius Oyeniyi, on Sunday warned politicians a head of the 2019 elections to repent from corrupt and evil deeds or face the wrath of God. Oyeniyi gave the warning in his homily at the end of the year retreat for the parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Gwarinpa,…
Anti-corruption day: publish names, amount stolen by corrupt persons, CSOs urge FG
Some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have called on the Federal Government to publish the names of persons found guilty of corruption and the amount recovered. The organisations made the call at a rally organized by the “Say No Campaign’’ to mark the International Anti-corruption Day on Friday in Abuja. One of the conveners of the…
Group tasks FG on strengthening institutions for anti-corruption drive
The Federal Government has been urged to build strong institutions if it must succeed in its anti-corruption drive.
Let’s stop talking about corruption
Let’S stop talking about corruption. Let’s do something about it, something intelligent, something within the bounds of the law and fairness, something devoid of selective sanctions, propaganda and media trial.
Buhari seeks cooperation of local govts to tackle corruption
President Mumammadu Buhari has identified local government as critical stakeholders in the fight against corruption.
Corruption trends in Nigeria
Corruption appears to be a never-ending national stigma read about on daily basis in our newspapers. This should not be a surprise to us all because we seem to have laid the national fabric deeply in it.
Brazilian president escapes corruption trial
Brazil's Congress rejected corruption charges against President Michel Temer on Wednesday, meaning he will not have to face trial and is free to pursue austerity reforms in Latin America's biggest economy. The vote in the lower house threw out the charges just an hour after Temer, 77, was discharged from the Brasilia hospital where he…
Registrar advocates auctioneers’ policy to reduce corruption
The Registrar of the Certified Institute of Auctioneers, Mr. Hassan Adeleke has implored government to adopt the institute’s policy to reduce corruption and increase revenue being remitted to the government.