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1 Sep 2022
The pressure being mounted by the Minister of Justice and the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, for payment of $418 million to consultants over the Paris Club refund is highly misplaced and prejudicial to a matter pending in court.
30 Aug 2022
I have read with interest the recent accusations and counter-accusations between the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) and the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, on claims on the Paris Club refund.
22 Aug 2022
Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has charged Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, and all consultants in the $418.9 million Paris Club loan refund to refrain...
21 Aug 2022
The consultant who facilitated the London and Paris Club refunds, yesterday, alleged that the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) collected the sum of $100m to prosecute elections in some states.
20 Aug 2022
A consultant that facilitated the London and Paris Club refunds on Saturday alleged that the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) demanded and received the sum of $100 million to prosecute elections in some states. Addressing a news conference in Abuja, the head of the Consultancy firm, Senator Ned Nwoko, alleged that when he submitted a bill…
25 Mar 2022
The Federal High Court in Abuja has dismissed a suit by the attorneys-general of the 36 states against the Federal Government. Justice Inyang Ekwo said the attorneys-general have not shown enough evidence to accord them the right to institute the action. He ruled that there was no express evidence to show that the governors of…
Nnamdi Kanu
16 Feb 2022
Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court, in Abuja, has fixed March 25, 2022, for judgment in a suit by the 36 states governments against the Federal Government’s plan to deduct
21 Dec 2021
A suit filed by the 36 state governors over a plan to deduct monies accruing to them from the federation account to settle 418 million dollars judgment debt in relation to Paris Club Refund was, on Tuesday, stalled in a Federal High Court, Abuja.
Nnamdi Kanu
14 Dec 2021
An Abuja Federal High Court, yesterday, refused to grant an injunctive order against the Federal Government over its bid to deduct $418 million from the allocations of the 36 state governments.
Nnamdi Kanu
8 Dec 2021
Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja, yesterday, refused to vacate a restraining order issued against the Federal Government stopping the bid to deduct $418 million Paris Club Refund
5 May 2021
Consulting firms, Mauritz Walton Nigeria Limited and Bizplus Consulting Services Limited, have asked a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, to order Enugu State Government to pay them N10.2 billion from the Paris Club refund.
20 May 2019
The leadership of the labour unions in Ekiti State has urged Governor Kayode Fayemi to use the Paris Club refund to pay workers’ salary arrears, gratuities and pensions. The union leaders said that the labour would beam its searchlight on the usage of the money once it is paid by the Federal Government. They said…

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