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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...

My client has been paid and he didn’t run mad, says Ikoyi whistle-blower’s lawyer

Yakubu Galadima, the lawyer of the whistle-blower who provided information that led to the recovery of about N13 billion from a residential apartment in...

Whistle-blower remanded in prison for misleading ICPC on ‘huge cash’ in Namadi Sambo’s house

  The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has charged one Abubakar Sani Chindo to a Kaduna State High Court sitting in...

Group Condemns Dismissal Of Ministry Official For Whistle Blowing

AFRICMIL expressed displeasure over reported dismissal from service of an Assistant Director in the Directorate for Technical Cooperation in Africa, DTCA, an agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ntia Thompson, for blowing the whistle on the diversion of $229,000 and N800,000 by key officials in the Directorate.

Media Centre Launches Whistle Blower Support Initiative

The African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, AFRICMIL, has launched a civil society whistle blower project named Corruption Anonymous which aims to create public confidence and acceptance of the new Whistle-Blower Initiative of the Nigerian government.

Aviation Ministry Declares War on Armoured Car Whistleblower – Premium Times

Nigeria’s Aviation Ministry may have decided to go after its official that allegedly leaked the information of the purchase of two armoured vehicles for the minister,...

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Auditor’s-General Report: Stakeholders urge quick passage of Audit Law

STAKEHOLDERS on a radio program in Abuja have condemned the massive corruption report of several Federal Government Ministries, Departments...

Under Buhari’s Watch: Veterinary Council failed to remit N480 million in two years – Auditor-General’s Report

THE Veterinary Council of Nigeria failed to remit N480 million to the federal government's coffer between 2018 and 2019,...

Drug importation: Court adjourns trial against 7 Indians, others till Jan 21

A Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos, has adjourned till tomorrow, January 21, hearing in a case the Nigerian...

Future Today Institute launches survey on journalism’s future

THE Future Today Institute (FTI) invites journalists worldwide to its Global Survey on the Future of Journalism. The survey will help...

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...
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