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P&ID: Court Victory Boosts Nigeria Foreign Reserve with $200m

*‘Multiple Successes’ Against P&ID In Court Evidence Of FG’s Resolve To Tackle Corruption–Malami Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange Reserves was on Tuesday boosted by over $200m when the London Commercial Court ordered the released of the $200m guarantee put in place as security in respect of the execution of the much discredited P&ID

Investigation: 15 High-profile Corruption Case Files Missing

The case files of 15 high-profile individuals, including the Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, Senator Peter Nwabaoshi, and others facing graft and other criminal charges have disappeared, findings have revealed. The missing files also included the non-declaration of assets and possession of foreign accounts cases against Anambra North senator, Stella

Corruption: NYCN Asks Buhari to Punish Naysayers Trying to Stop Probe of EFCC, NDDC–NYCN

•Ask his administration, Malami to stay focused, ignore distractors Jude Johnson The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has raised the alarming, alleging that some powerful forces are desperately trying to detract President Muhammadu Buhari led administration from probing the corruption scandals in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) as

Corruption: Sacked APC Leaders, Others Trying to Rubish Malami, Destabilise Buhari’s Govt – NYCN

•Says those behind media attacks on AGF, Buhari administration  Jude Johnson Ahead of intrigues towards the 2023 elections, the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has blamed politicians with vested interests, particularly those who lost out in the power tussle in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for what they described

FG Releases 3,789 Inmates to Stem COVID-19 Infections

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to sustaining the decongestion of Correctional Centres adding that, a total of 3,789 inmates have so far been released from the Nigeria Correctional Service Centres across the country during the COVID – 19 pandemic. The government action it would be recalled was a follow up to its