Treasury Looters

Looters of Nigeria’s treasury will not go unpunished - Buhari declares

Looters of Nigeria’s treasury will not go unpunished - Buhari declares

Looters of Nigeria’s treasury will not go unpunished - Buhari declares
House of Representatives members seek 3-year amnesty for treasury looters

House of Representatives members seek 3-year amnesty for treasury looters

In effect, our anti-corruption drive would then be prosecuted on a new paradigm and robust strategy supported by a national consensus built upon a shift.

House of Representatives members seek 3-year amnesty for treasury looters
Working for Buhari is one of the easiest things on earth - President aide

Working for Buhari is one of the easiest things on earth - President aide

Lauretta Onochie, the personal assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on social media, said working for the president is “one of the easiest jobs on earth.”

Working for Buhari is one of the easiest things on earth - President aide
Buhari’s top minister reveals how easy it is to steal government money

Buhari’s top minister reveals how easy it is to steal government money

Nigeria’s current minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has said it is easier to steal money in the country while recovering such stolen funds takes years.

Buhari’s top minister reveals how easy it is to steal government money
BREAKING: Lagos High Court orders final forfeiture of cash seized from Ikoyi flat

BREAKING: Lagos High Court orders final forfeiture of cash seized from Ikoyi flat

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has granted the final forfeiture of the cash seized by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) from an apart

BREAKING: Lagos High Court orders final forfeiture of cash seized from Ikoyi flat
Magu speaks: EFCC recovered N17bn through whistle-blower policy (gives fresh details)

Magu speaks: EFCC recovered N17bn through whistle-blower policy (gives fresh details)

Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC says the whistle-blower policy has led to the recovery of about N17billion.

Magu speaks: EFCC recovered N17bn through whistle-blower policy (gives fresh details)
Those found guilty of corruption should face the death penalty – PDP senator

Those found guilty of corruption should face the death penalty – PDP senator

Jeremiah Useni has sent a message to President Muhammadu Buhari to deal with looters severely the same way Jerry Rawlings did in Ghana.

Those found guilty of corruption should face the death penalty – PDP senator
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