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Pandora Papers: Inside the secret assets of a Nigerian lawmaker, and how he serially broke the law

By Nicholas IBEKWE Nicholas Mutu, Nigeria's longest-serving legislator, appears a lawless lawmaker. Evidence shows he serially violated the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act.  WITH...

Pandora Papers: Code of Conduct Bureau set to probe Peter Obi, Bello-Koko others

By Adebayo HASSAN The CCB, the agency dealing with corruption, conflict of interest, and abuse of office by public servants, says it is interested in...

Pandora Papers: This Nigerian judge secretly owns London property with undeclared offshore company

By Adebayo HASSAN For decades, Justice Stella Ogene interpreted the law and jailed offenders. But she also secretly broke the law. IN November 2020 when Stella...

Pandora Papers: Inside Governor Dapo Abiodun’s secret businesses, foreign account

By Oladeinde OLAWOYIN  Mr Abiodun, a businessman cum politician, became Ogun governor on May 29, 2019, after several attempts to be elected to political office.  IN...

Pandora Papers: Buhari visited Tinubu in corruption-tainted London villa acquired by Oyetola

Nicholas Ibekwe and Taiwo-Hassan Adebayo Governor Oyetola, a relative of Mr Tinubu, may have sabotaged his own country by buying the exotic property as Nigeria...

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Missing arms not peculiar to Police alone -Wase

DEPUTY Speaker of the House Of Representatives Idris Wase said the issue of missing arms might not be limited...

Abdulsalami warns against fuel price hike as NEC proposes N302 per litre

AMID concerns that the Nigerian government is considering a National Economic Council (NEC) committee report that recommended hiking the...

How Sanwo-Olu purchased trains abandoned by US state

THE Lagos State government has received commendation for signing a deal with Talgo, a US-based Spanish company, for the...

Bauchi politicians betray people’s trust, plunder State’s forest reserves

By Haruna Mohammed SALISU IN Ningi Bauchi State, local politicians are enabling massive felling of trees in forest reserves despite...

Fresh controversy hits electoral bill over consensus option introduced by Senate

FRESH controversy has hit the Electoral Act Amendment Bill as civil society organisations (CSOs) have rejected the consensus option...
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