FG’ll remain resolute in anti-corruption fight despite challenges, says Osinbajo
The Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo says the Federal Government will remain resolute in its fight against corruption in spite of the daunting challenges.
Buhari, please don’t die before me!
If Buhari dies before me, I’m very concerned that I would have to live through years of monumental corruption, as I excruciatingly endured in the past decades under various corrupt governments in Nigeria.
The ultimate whistle blower
The figures are mind-bugling! Fifty million US dollars. Thousands of British pounds. Billions of Nigerian naira. And Euros in their millions are here reposing in unhealthy closeness to one another.
National Assembly not committed to anti-corruption fight, says El-Rufai
El-Rufai, who expressed concerns over the over-bloated budget, salaries and allowances of the lawmakers, especially those of the senators said that the issues should be looked into in order to redeem the image of the National Assembly.
Goverment harmonises documents to strengthen anti-corruption laws
Besides, lack of synergy between anti-corruption agencies in the country has been identified as one of the yawning gaps in the efforts to effectively tackle the menace.
The Bala Ngilari example
Though there is no art to find the mind’s construction in the face, to borrow some words from King Duncan in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Ngilari, was a gentleman in whom many who know him had absolute trust.
To repair Nigeria, all hands needed
At no other time than now does Nigeria need all her citizens to put their hands on the plough and work to save the country. The economy is in tatters and poverty ravages the land.
Economy of whistle blowing
The Nigeria public has President Muhammadu Buhari to thank for this new way of making money. I have always known the man to be kind-hearted, but each time I say this, cynics will call for my head.