‘Beneficial ownership to address financial leakages in extractive sector’
The Minister of Finance Budget and Planning Zainab Ahmed and State Minister for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva as well as other stakeholders in the extractive sector in the country
‘Poor leadership, followership, corruption responsible for failure of development plans’
Director-General of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), Joseph Ari has said poor leadership, bad followership, corruption and poor strategies
Why Plateau is Nigeria’s second least corrupt state – Lalong
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau, on Tuesday, expressed delight at the Second Corruption Survey Report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) which placed the state as the second least corrupt state in Nigeria.
The open society endangered
Present here, I fully expect, is the Youth contingent of this undertaking. We are still within the United Nations designated Year of the Child...
Ijaw youths decry Niger Delta’s underdevelopment amid N15 trillion intervention
The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) has decried the underdevelopment of the oil-rich Niger Delta despite the N15 trillion intervention funds released since 2000 to develop the communities and the indigenes of the area.
Reflecting on UI at 71
Using its admission policy to adjudge it; in the Nigerian context, one may not be wrong to declare that Nigeria’s premier university- The University of Ibadan (UI)
We’re addressing your concerns, FG tells U.S. investors
The Federal Government has assured existing and potential American investors of its commitment to addressing issues of corruption, political instability, and insecurity in the country.
Islamic group commends FG on fight against corruption
In a bid to lend its voice towards national development, the Dar-Us-Su’Ada Islamic Academy recently organised a one-day symposium under the theme, Governance and Sustainable Development: Islamic Perspective.