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How to End Nigeria’s Illegal Oil Bunkering Business (3)

By Anayochukwu Agbo OIL theft has ballooned into a mega-organised crime in Nigeria, involving various stakeholders; in this three-part report, Anayochukwu Agbo looks at the...

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Highlights of governorship election petition tribunals’ rulings in 22 states

Sanusi berates NNPC over poor oil revenue remittance 

FORMER Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has berated the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPCL) over its poor revenue remittance to...

Rights violation: Court orders Yahaya Bello to pay Ajaka N500m

A FEDERAL High Court in Abuja has ordered Kogi state Governor Yahaya Bello to pay N500 million damages to Social Democratic Party's (SDP) candidate...

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After gulping N3.4b, FG re-awards Otuocha-Abaji road project to same contractor for N34b

By Alfred AJAYI “LAST week (September), I carried somebody to Umueze-Anam, and on our way, we met some people carrying a corpse. When they came to...

Insecurity: Over 7,000 killed in 10 months

DATA collated by The ICIR have shown that between January and October 2023, 7,046 people were killed in violent attacks across Nigeria.  The ICIR gathered...

Ogun state offers N50m bounty to capture finance director’s killers

OGUN state government has offered N50 million to anyone who could provide information that would lead to the arrest of the murderers of the...

Tinubu cancels 40% IGR deduction policy from varsities

PRESIDENT Bola Tinubu has cancelled the 40 per cent internally generated revenue (IGR) deduction from federal universities. The President said the policy implementation was shelved...

Why MTN is quitting Liberia, two other African countries – Report

MTN Group Limited has reportedly begun discussions on the "orderly exit" of its operations in three African nations. The ICIR reports that the talks followed...