FG recovers N594.09b in three years from whistleblowing
The Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay, has revealed that the Federal Government recovered N594.09 billion in less than three years of the introduction of the whistleblowing policy.
‘Nigerians need moral rearmament if war against corruption must be won’
I think it is an extremely misleading and indeed mischievous report for many reasons. One, if you look at the methodology, it says perception.
Only corrupt elites see no difference in FG’s anti-corruption war — Sagay
The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) , Prof. Itse Sagay, SAN, says only corrupt elites see no positive difference in the President Muhammadu Buhari-led anti-corruption war. Sagay made the assertion on Wednesday in Abuja when he led members of the committee on a solidarity visit to the Economic and Financial Crimes…
Recovered N1tr deployed for budgets, says Sagay
The Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) yesterday said the N1 trillion recovered by various government agencies was all used to finance the 2017 and 2018 national budgets.
UNODC’s Oliver Stolpe, Sagay to unveil new anti corruption app
The Country Representative of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Oliver Stolpe, and Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption...
PDP flays presidency’s silence over Sagay’s ‘attack’ on Supreme Court
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has decried presidency’s silence on alleged attacks on justices of the Supreme Court by Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) Professor Itse Sagay.
Court ruling on Zamfara, Rivers APC shows tragedy in judiciary - Sagay
Former presidential adviser on National Assembly matters Itse Sagay said court rulings that barred the ruling All Progressives Congress from contesting offices in the 2019 general election in Rivers and Zamfara State is a show of the tragedy in the Nigeria legal system. “The Zamfara and Rivers State judgments are a national tragedy. We should…
The Kemi Adeosun saga
That Kemi Adeosun finally bowed to pressure and resigned as minister of finance last week is not something for her admirers to crow about. She deserves pity but not accolade and perhaps not condemnation.
Why Buhari is right, wrong on rule of law
It would be comical – if not scary – to think that, barely 20 years after Nigeria transited from military rule, our attempt at practicing the tenets of constitutional liberal democracy seems to be unravelling.