Graft: Theodore Orji may toe same path as predecessor
Few months after securing the conviction of a former Abia State governor for corrupt practices, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has opened an investigation
On ‘mad men’ in our cities - Part I
Brethren, one of my teachers once told this story to us: a man once passed by a psychiatry hospital. He contemplated the serenity of the exteriority of the hospital and imagined the hubbub and the bedlam that would characterize its interiority.
CAN advocates moral revolt, ethical re-orientation to end graft
Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Akwa Ibom State chapter, Dr. Nduese Ekwere, has asserted that the country’s war against corruption would be a mirage if moral revolution and ethical re-orientation is not taken seriously.
South African leader to challenge 'flawed' graft report in court
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said Sunday he will challenge in court a graft concerning a donation to his 2017 campaign to head the ruling party.
Zambians march against graft in government
Hundreds of people wearing yellow T-shirts rallied on Saturday in Zambia's capital Lusaka -- to kick start a campaign against corruption in President Edgar Lungu's government.
Sri Lanka arrests presidential aide for graft
Sri Lankan police caught a top aide of President Maithripala Sirisena in the act of allegedly accepting a bribe from a foreign investor on Thursday, an anti-corruption official said. Sirisena's Chief of Staff, I. H. K. Mahanama, was arrested with some 20 million rupees ($133,000) he apparently received to release state land for a private…
How graft wrecks nations, by IMF
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said corruption weakens countries’ efforts to deliver sustainable and inclusive growth that could improve the lives of the people.