Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has described the silence of President Muhammadu Buhari over the Pandora Papers scandal as worrisome, saying it casts aspersions on government’s stance on the fight against corruption.
Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) said the silence of Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari over the Pandora Papers scandal is worrisome, saying it casts aspersions on the government's stance on the fight against corruption. Addressing newsmen on Monday in Abuja, Executive Director, CISLAC and Transparency International, Nigeria, Auwal Rafsanjani, said the Buhari government must take…
Money and godfatherism have always shaped the outcomes of political contests in Nigeria. The irony of this is that many of these persons are people of questionable character....
For the umpteenth time, organised labour and civil society organisations (CSOs) have restated their opposition to what they described as ‘the vexatious and controversial’ National Water Resources Bill before the National Assembly.
During the build-up to the 2015 general elections, one statement that resonated among many Nigerians was ‘if Nigeria did not kill corruption, corruption would kill Nigeria’.
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has urged the Federal Government to extend its onslaught against bandits in the North West to the North Central geopolitical region.
The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL) has implored Nigerians not to keep quiet when those in government
Since she was elected by the people of Anambra Central Senatorial District to articulate their interest at the Senate, Iyom Uche Ekwunife, never had cause to be put on the spot by her electors.
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has lamented what it described as lack of data on the quantum of oil extraction in the country.
The Niger Delta Congress (NDC) has picked holes in the newly passed Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), saying it came as “one legislation too many, aimed at purloining the resources of Niger Delta.”
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has expressed serious concerns over recent unwary development threatening citizens’ fundamental rights and freedom as well as civic space at all levels.
Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) says Nigeria has been losing about $18 billion yearly as a result of Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) encouraged by multinationals and foreign countries.