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Ambode, other former governors under investigation—EFCC

THE Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says it is currently investigating former governors in the country including the immediate past governor of Lagos...

JUST IN: Why we marked and sealed Okorocha’s properties —EFCC

THE Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC),says it has traced and marked some properties traced to the former governor of Imo State Rochas Okorocha...

Senate committee investigating Elisha Abbo wants to wait till court gives ruling

AN AD-HOC committee set up by the Senate to investigate the allegation of physical assault against Elisha Abbo, the lawmaker representing Adamawa North district,...

AFRICMIL trains journalists on fighting corruption using Whistle-blowing Policy

THE African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), on Monday, trained journalists on Nigeria’s Whistle-blowing Policy and how  they can  take full advantage...

ICIR trains reporters at advanced data, investigative journalism workshop

JOURNALISTS  from across Nigeria gathered in Abuja for a two-day advanced training on investigative and data journalism that lasted between January 29 and 30. The...

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AFRICMIL presents report of five-year survey on whistleblowing policy in Nigeria

THE African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL) on Wednesday, presented to the public, the report of a...

Court orders SSS to allow Kanu maximum possible comfort in custody

AN Abuja Federal High Court has ordered the State Security Services (SSS) to allow the leader Indigenous People of...

1.6 million Nigerians living with HIV on treatment – NACA DG 

THE Director-General, National Agency for the Control of AIDS Gambo Aliyu, says Nigeria doubled the number of people receiving...

Basketball: Group denies $2.2m alleged scandal against Umar

A SET of individuals known as the Nigeria Basketball Accountability Group has denied a $2.2m allegation against former President...

Three herders arraigned for violating anti-open grazing law in Bayelsa

THREE herders have been arraigned in court for violating Bayelsa State's anti-open grazing law. The culprits were arraigned in a...
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