Opinion

When the Anti-Corruption Hook Gets the Big Fish, By Tajudeen Kareem

Nyame, 63 by the coming Christmas, will spend the next 14 years behind bars, having been convicted on 26 of the 41 count-charge of corrupt enrichment to the tune of billion by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Mustafa Ibrahim Magu, a commissioner of police, was in expansive man…
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Columns

The Senate, Magu and More Quagmires, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

With this judgement, Justice Taiwo has unwittingly ceded more powers to governors, who are already power drunk. But then the judge is only an interpreter of laws and not the maker. Unfortunately the last constitutional amendment did not take this into cognisance; in essence our journey is a cyclical one…
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Opinion

Whistleblowing – A Potent Weapon Against Corruption, By Ibrahim Magu

We at EFCC welcome this initiative as we value working with the civil society as a vehicle to reach the rest of the citizens. It is our hope that through interventions like this we are going to speak with one voice against corruption and the corrupt, and jointly work to…
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Opinion

NNPC: Buhari’s Autumn As Moral Czar?, By Louis Odion

If we are to believe that President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) didn't know or couldn't have sanctioned all these all along, as being canvassed by his advocates, then there can only be a more frightening certainty: the president must be utterly oblivious of key happenings around him, being technically out of…
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Opinion

Malami, Magu and the Blues of Anti-corruption War, By Godwin Onyeacholem

...there is Murtala Ibrahim of the audit department of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), a victim of similar unconscionable This is one of a whole slew of cases Malami should promptly wade into not only to show that he really cares about whistleblowers’ safety, but also that he…
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