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29 Nov 2018
Until organisations embrace standard internal auditing, especially to predict, indicate and curb sharp practices, the nations’ fight against corruption may continue to be a mirage, financial experts have said. The experts, who spoke at the launch of a book, titled: A to Z of Internal Audit, recently in Lagos, were also unanimous that internal auditors,…
10 Jun 2016
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) is to harmonise the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for all government agencies operating at the ports.


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A Palestinian teenager was shot dead by Israeli forces as clashes erupted during an army raid on Saturday in Jenin in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry said.
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Russia has declared victory in its months-long operation to capture the strategic port of Mariupol after Ukraine ordered the last of its troops holed up in the city's Azovstal steelworks to lay down their arms.
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Authorities in Ecuador on Friday arrested and re-imprisoned former vice-president Jorge Glas, after a court ordered he must serve out the rest of a corruption sentence.
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Japan has lodged an official protest with China after discovering what it claimed were efforts by Beijing to develop gas fields in disputed waters in the East China Sea.
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Protests bubbling in big cities, dismal economic indicators and rampant discontent online China's zero-Covid policy is morphing from a propaganda victory to a political liability for President Xi Jinping.