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Why South-East may not produce Nigeria’s next president -Dokpesi

FOUNDER of Daar Communications Raymond Dokpesi said the South-East would not be trusted to produce a Nigerian president because of the overwhelming influence of...

NBC suspends AIT, Raypower FM ‘until further notice’, alleges violations of Broadcast Code

THE licence allowing Daar Communications, pioneer of the African Independent Television (AIT) and Raypower FM, to operate has been suspended indefinitely by the National...

Court strikes out Dokpesi’s no-case submission, asks him to open defence

THE Abuja Federal High Court has dismissed the no-case submission filed by Raymond Dokpesi, founder and emeritus Chairman of DAAR Communications Plc, in the ongoing corruption...
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How Dokpesi Got N2 Billion From NSA Dasuki

Dokpesi was first arrested on December 1, 2015 on the allegation that he had benefited from the $2.1 billion arms deal scam spearheaded by former NSA, Dasuki.

How Dasuki Paid Dokpesi N2.1 Billion

The trial of media mogul, Raymond Dokpesi, who was arraigned by the EFCC in February, for allegedly receiving the sum of N2.1 billion from former National Security Adviser, NSA, Sambo Dasuki, began on Wednesday at the Abuja Federal High Court.


False alarm: Police to arraign Amira Sufyanu in court today

THE Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command is set to arraign Amira Sufyanu in court today. According to the Command's...

Gwanara road project: Kwara govt admits contracts inflation eight months after TheICIR report

By Dare Akogun Kwara state government (KWSG) has admitted that the contract sum for the Ilesha Baruba – Gwanara road...

BURIED DREAMS: The doctors who died in their prime fighting Lassa fever

By Taiwo Adebulu As a teenager, Abel Obetta had big dreams. Following his father’s death, he knew life would never...

Democracy Day speech: Buhari makes false claim about primary elections

IN his nationwide broadcast on Sunday, 12th of June 2022 in commemoration of the 2022 Democracy Day, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu...

Rent your house to Yahoo boys, risk 15 years in jail, EFCC warns landlords

THE Economic and Financial Commission Commission (EFCC) has warned that landlords risk 15 years in jail for renting houses...
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