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12 Dec 2019
The Association of Forensic Accounting Researchers (AFAR), have commended the Federal Government’s effort in fighting fraud in Nigeria. They also commended other critical stakeholders in tackling the menace, stating that efforts devoted in recent times have paid off...
12 Feb 2019
The Association of Forensic Accounting Researchers (AFAR), has concluded plans to collaborate with all relevant professional bodies worldwide, to achieve a fraud and corruption free society.
29 Nov 2018
The Association of Forensic Accounting Researchers (AFAR) has elected Prof. Muhammad Akaro Mainoma, as the Chairman of its Advisory Council and Board of Trustees. Similarly, its President, Dr. Godwin Oyedokun and 1st Vice President, Dr. Titilayo Fowokan have also been elected the as first Vice Chairman and second Vice Chairman of the Advisory Council respectively. In…
14 Nov 2018
• AFAR urges forensic probe Forensic accounting researchers are claiming that the $148 billion which African countries, including Nigeria, lose to fraudulent acts yearly has not been properly investigated. They expressed worry that the trend would become almost irreversible until businesses and government agencies approach economic and financial crimes with science-based forensic investigations. The United…

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