Auwal Ibrahim Musa
Musa: Government aiding illicit financial flows
Illicit Financial Flows in Nigeria is an offspring of corruption that its existence is denied by a government that said that its biggest mandate is fighting corruption.
Reconsider your decision on Daar Communications, CISLAC urges NBC
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has urged the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to reconsider its position...
Group seeks accelerated hearing in Kano anti-graft Commission’s appeal
Dissatisfied with the decision of a Kano State high court in respect of the fight against graft in the state, some civil society organizations have called on the Court of Appeal, Kaduna division, to accelerate hearing in the appeal filed by the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-corruption Commission (PCACC). The groups, comprising Zero Corruption…
When stakeholders converged to eliminate malnutrition in Nigeria
Robust and healthy citizens are no doubt a catalyst for both national and development goals. And in the developed world, their leaders spend a huge amount of money yearly on health. The reverse is the case on the African continent where her governments pays lip services to the health sector...
Experts task government on recovery of unremitted fund by oil firms
The need for the Federal Government to ensure full recovery of Nigeria’s oil and gas unremitted revenue for oil companies has been emphasized.The country’s unremitted has been put at over N7 trillion, which were for divested asset’s legacy liabilities; payments for domestic crude allocation; and dividends from investment paid but withheld by an oil company.
CSOs, lawyer fault proposed bill on hate speech
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and a legal practitioner have faulted the proposed bill on hate speech.
Group urges finance ministry to review tax on tobacco companies
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has called on the Federal Ministry of Finance to immediately begin a review of its current tax regime to reflect more proactive and progressive levying system on tobacco companies.
CSOs blame politicians, bad governance for renewed agitation
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) in collaboration with Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA), has blamed the political class, bad governance for the recent renewed agitation by some youths in the country.
CSO decries poor handling of major corruption cases
In a statement yesterday in Abuja by its Executive Director, Auwal Ibrahim Musa, the civil society group wondered why these highly publicised cases were being lost after the preference of grave charges against these dignitaries.