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17 Jul 2016
The anti-corruption agenda of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has earned him popularity among the international community, the Ambassador of France to Nigeria, Denis Guaer, has observed.
11 Jul 2016
In Nigeria, politics is not a straitjacket approach; it is not that if I am in APC, I am going to remain in APC forever or if I am in PDP, I am going to be in PDP forever just like it is in other jurisdictions.
31 May 2016
In the face of official corruption and indiscipline which have remained serious national problems, the Federal Government has been called upon to set up an even-handed, non-partisan anti-corruption...
30 May 2016
Conference of Nigeria Political Parties, (CNPP), Ekiti State chapter, has described Buhari’s government as best hope for the revival of Nigeria’s economy.
25 May 2016
Expectedly, people should react to what can best be described as glib talk by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who has tagged both Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” nations...
25 May 2016
I was delighted to visit Nigeria again, the second time in under a year, to meet with President Buhari and attend the second Regional Security Summit
23 May 2016
A legal practitioner and anti corruption activist, Mr Roland Emem, on Monday said that Nigeria needed stricter laws to ensure effective war against corruption.
17 May 2016
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, set a controversial tone for the anti-corruption conference that the United Kingdom is hosting in London with a rather unguarded and undiplomatic statement.
16 May 2016
Whatever the diplomatic game being played at the Buckingham Palace that day by that casual assembly of the Queen of England, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron and the Archbishop of Canterbury
14 May 2016
The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari’s stance on the full disclosure of beneficial owners of companies doing business ...
2 Sep 2015
A global anti-corruption conference opened in Malaysia on Wednesday with a demand for the country's Prime Minister Najib Razak to come clean on a raging financial scandal. Najib has been under increasing pressure since The Wall Street Journal revealed in early July that Malaysian investigators had found nearly $700 million in mysterious deposits into his…

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