Media-Hype is not necessary in criminal charges, says Raji
The government has the will, but whether the functionaries in charge are really carrying this out, as it ought to be is another kettle of fish, which may be too early now to comment.
The power of unity through a shift in national consciousness
It was a bright and beautiful day that fateful Monday morning in July 2014. I woke up and was ready to begin the day’s activities as usual, but got saluted by a great shock.
Buhari and the gains of London anti-corruption summit
Analysts recall that when Buhari took over the leadership of the country on May 29, 2015, he promised to recover what he described as mind-boggling’’ sum of money stolen over decades.
Cleric urges Buhari to extend anti-corruption fight to National Assembly
Bishop of Isiala-Ngwa South (Church of Nigeria), Anglican Communion, Rev. Isaac Nwaobia has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to extend the anti-corruption fight to the National Assembly.
Caleb varsity dean is CIBN President
A faculty dean at the Caleb University, Prof. Olusegun Ajibola, has been inaugurated as the 19th President of Chattered Institute of Bankers (CIBN), in Lagos.
EFCC, the drama and the banks
Let it be clear from the outset: the battle against corruption must be executed with all the seriousness it deserves and there must be no exception! Corruption has been appropriately deemed more...
How Nigeria can win war against corruption, by Adamolekun
According to him, Prof. Adamolekun’s 18 years of service in the World Bank is a testimony that he has capacity that is internationally-accepted.
Corruption as a family inheritance
In Yorubaland, a common wish and pride of parents is that children should inherit the legacy of whatever is their occupation or trade and it was not uncommon to see them working..