TI, CISLAC deplore alleged graft in defence sector
Transparency International, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) and other stakeholders have lamented the alleged corruption in Nigeria’s defence sector.
Auditors seek independence to fight corruption in Nigeria
Internal auditors in the country have canvassed independence to enable them to fight corruption, insisting that their lack of independence in federal establishments had hindered the fight against graft
Unite against corruption, ICPC tells Nigerians
The Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) has called for national unity in the fight against corruption and other sharp practices in the country. Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye made the call during a courtesy visit by a delegation of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) led by its Managing Director, Mr Buki Ponle, to the commission’s headquarters…
NeGSt unveils digital platform to check illicit financial flows
The Nigeria e-Government Strategies (NeGSt) has unveiled the Transparency, Accountability and Sustainability (TAS) project, a digital tool designed to eliminate corruption, improve efficiency, create employment and increase the size of the Nigerian economy.
Obu blames restiveness on corruption, lust for power
Leader of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star (BCS), His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu has sued for peace in the country, blaming the current restiveness on corruption and lust for power.
Nigerian church stands up for social justice
It was a scene to behold, men of God mounting the podium to pray and openly voice their support for young people protesting against police brutality, and condemning the government’s approach towards addressing the grievances of the youths that made them hit the streets in demonstration of their resolve to no longer put up with…
Corruption and the way out
Sir: Since independence, Nigeria has not been corruption free. Things are always absurd in this country. A day will not pass without hearing a sadden happening.
Re-invigorating the anti-corruption war
President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent pledge to seek stronger collaboration in the fight against corruption may sound ambitious but that announcement at this time has certainly exposed the flaws in his adopted approach.
Proposed EFCC Act amendment: Genuine or politically motivated?
Until Abubakar Malami (SAN) and Mr. Ibrahim Magu became the Attorney General of the Federation and the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission respectively
The increasing menace of corruption
Unarguably, corruption has been the leading factor contributing to the underdevelopment of the country. No institution is safe from corruption’s trap. Over the years, corruption has been ravaging
The Nigeria of our dream, by pupils
As the country marks her 60th Independence anniversary on Thursday, October 1, some pupils are charging the Federal Government to do all it takes to meet their expectations, as well as create an environment where their dreams can come to fruition. They spoke with Gbenga Akinfenwa and Omowunmi Olaniyi Government Should Give Youths More Opportunities…