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Gwarzo’s Suspension: I cannot be blackmailed – Adeosun

…I am innocent- Gwarzo Babatunde Opalana  Finance Minister, Kemi SAdeosun has said that she would not be intimidated by a lot of reactions trailing the suspension of the Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mr. Mounir Gwarzo. In a statement signed by her Media Adviser, Oluyinka Akntunde and made

Femi Adesina’s Impostor Jailed 8 Year

Babatunde Opalana   A fraudster who impersonated the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, and attempted to dupe a Bayero University don of N300, 000 for a nonexistent appointment in the Presidency has been convicted. According to Wilson Uwujaren, Head, Media and Publicity, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission

EFCC tenders document in Ghost worker’s fraud trial

Jude Johnson The trial-within-trial in a case involving one Dairo Samson, who is facing eight counts of theft, criminal breach of trust and advance fee fraud continued on Wednesday, before Justice A. R. Mohammed of the Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Jabi, Abuja. The defendant allegedly defrauded the Federal Government to the

Maina breaks silence, asks for chance to prove innocence 

The embattled former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Mr Abdulrasheed Maina, has finally broken silence on the allegations of corruption levelled against him. Speaking in an exclusive interview with Channels Television, Maina insisted that he was innocent of the allegations preferred against him and appealed to President

Original’ Ikoyi Whistleblower heads to Court

•Urges Finance Minister, EFCC to stop payment The battle for the payment of 5 percent entitlements to the original whistleblowers of the Ikoyi loot has continued as the petitioners have headed to the Federal High Court, Abuja Division to seek for justice as both the Finance Minister and the Attorney General

Ikoyi Whistle-blower Rejects Fg’s N325m, EFCC Delays Payment

Yakubu Galadima, the lawyer for the whistle-blower, who informed the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of the $43m, N23.2m and £27,800 (N13bn) recovered from an Ikoyi apartment, says his client will not accept anything below five per cent commission. Galadima said this during a chat with one of our correspondents on