Witness admits collecting N26m for Fani-Kayode
Mr Victor Ehiabhi, the first witness to testify in Fani-Kayode’s trial, said he was sent by the defendant to accompany his gardener, Francis and a domestic staff, Esther to the NSA’s office.
EFCC withdraws motion against Patience Jonathan
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Tuesday withdrew a motion before a Federal High Court Lagos for stay of execution of a judgment which unfroze the account of a former first lady, Patience Jonathan.
Court strikes out Obanikoro’s suit
A Federal High Court in Lagos has struck out a N100 million suit filed by Senator Musiliu Obanikoro and his family against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
On Magu’s quandary, these are the salient questions
Following the Senate’s decision to decline the confirmation of Ibrahim Magu as EFCC Chairman, learned Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana, has theorised that the Senate’s approval could in fact...
‘Political office holders have no benefit in Pension Reform Act’
A lot of Nigerian’s are disappointed that some public officers are earning humongous pensions from their previous offices while still serving in other capacities in government.
Osinbajo's panel again quizzes NIA DG
The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo-led Presidential Investigative Panel on Monday again interrogated the suspended Director-general of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ambassador Ayo Oke.
Obanikoro loses bid to restrain EFCC’s right to search
They had demanded an “unreserved public apology”, as well as seeking the award of N100million as general damages against the commission, as well as an order restraining the EFCC from arresting them.
Stakeholders task EFCC on looted funds under FOI Act
Stakeholders have disclosed plans to compel the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to disclose the details of funds that it has recovered from alleged corrupt officials.
‘Presidency may invoke constitution to confirm Magu’
A legal practitioner, Mr. Silas Joseph Onu, has said that the Presidency is considering invoking Section 171 of the Nigerian constitution to evade the Senate and appoint Ibrahim Magu as substantive head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).