Fight Against Corruption In Nigeria
A young man simply identified as Chima Obieze has shared a story about his family’s encounter with fraudsters. He said that the fraudsters pretended to want to carry out business with his family but swindled them.
Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre in Africa (PAACA) recently trained traditional and religious leaders. The training was done on how to use the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act to fight corruption at the grassroots.
Seyi Makinde, the Oyo state governor, has insisted that he would not hesitate to waive his immunity if called to question concerning corruption.
Lawyers under the aegis of Coalition of Public Interest Lawyers and Advocates (COPA) on Tuesday, February 26 asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to reopen the case file against Mr Uchechukwu Ogah.
To the amazement of many Nigerians, the acting national chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu, on Tuesday, February 18, said that coronavirus is caused by corruption.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuessay, February 18, promised Nigerians that his administration will continue to make the country more inhabitable for corrupt persons especially in public offices.