Nigeria Corruption Statistics
It is a parade of security operatives as a 7-man investigative committee set up by Kano state House of Assembly to look into the corruption scandal involving the governor of the state, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje begins hearing.
The EFCC has reportedly revealed that Justice Mohammed Yunusa, the embattled former Federal High Court, Lagos, admitted in his statement to the anti-graft agency that it was unethical receiving money from lawyers.
The information officer in the state's bureau of local government and chieftaincy affairs, Ahangba Ayati, described the report is an attempt to smear the hard earned reputation of Governor Samuel Ortom and his administration.
Paul Piche, a Norwegian and Ms Charlene Cross, a Briton, has revealed how John Abebe, the brother of the late Stella Obasanjo, a former first lady of Nigeria, allegedly forged documents to perpetrate a four million dollars fraud.
The vice president, Professor Yemi Osibanjo said on Tuesday, November 23 that corruption remained the major challenge of Nigeria, saying the country was lucky to have President Muhammadu Buhari as the nation’s leader.
Abuja high court has ruled that the federal government’s alleged looters’ list released earlier in the year does not constitute a violation of the rights to presumption of innocence of those named. Court later adjourned the case.