Thursday, 1st December 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

forensic accounting

17 Jul 2020
The Society for Forensic Accounting & Fraud Prevention (sfafp) has revealed that Nigeria loses N2.5 trillion yearly to fraud and corruption. For the African continent
14 Nov 2018
• AFAR urges forensic probe Forensic accounting researchers are claiming that the $148 billion which African countries, including Nigeria, lose to fraudulent acts yearly has not been properly investigated. They expressed worry that the trend would become almost irreversible until businesses and government agencies approach economic and financial crimes with science-based forensic investigations. The United…
24 Nov 2016
As part of efforts aimed at fighting corruption and ensure zero tolerance for corruption, Lagos State Government on Tuesday started a two-day training on forensic ...

Latest

9 mins ago
The Oyo State chapter of All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS), yesterday, refuted a publication that it threatened a showdown with Governor Seyi Makinde overpayment of school grants.
11 mins ago
To round off its activities for the year, Anglican Grammar School Ubulu-Uku Old Boys Association (AGSUOBA), Lagos chapter, gathered at Senior Staff Recreational Centre of Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH)
29 mins ago
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said the government embarked on reform initiatives of the broadcast space to strengthen the ecosystem, encourage inclusive growth as well as attract investment to the industry.
29 mins ago
The Director of the Bank Examination Department, the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Company (NDIC), Michael Oladele, has disclosed that no less than N911.45 billion has been lost to various Ponzi schemes and related frauds
32 mins ago
The Interim Executive Council of the Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, yesterday, said it rejected the selection and nomination of Wale Adeniran as the Head of Ilana Omo Oodua in place of Prof. Banji Akintoye.