The governor said Nigerians were no longer interested in being governed with propaganda
The dignitaries had gathered several hours before the President even left his hometown in Daura, Katsina State
Apata said the Acting Chairman of the anti-graft body had up to Feb. 20 to advance his response to the Attorney-General of the Federation, Malami Abubakar.
In the query dated February 16, 2018 and with Reference No DPP/ADV:368/15, Magu was ordered to make his response to the query available to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, on or before…
The Zonal Head, Muhammed Isa Rabo, who hosted the bank officers on behalf of the Acting Executive Chairman, Ibrahim Mustapha Magu, appreciated the bank officials for their support and reiterated the strategic position of the bankers as a…
The House also summoned the AGF, Abubakar Malami, for explanation on alleged manipulation of Code of Conduct Tribunal case involving President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki.
The Senate had rejected theconfirmation of Magu as chairman of Anti-graft agency due to security reports from the Department of State Services.
The decision was sequel to a point of order raised by Senator Mao Ohabunwa on the non-confirmation of some board members of the Niger Delta Development Commission by the Senate
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the EFCC Chairman, who had a closed door meeting with Justice Oke for over an hour, arrived at the Lagos State High Court premises in Ikeja after the official working hours amid tight security.
Magu said the argument in some quarters that the arrest and prosecution of some corrupt Nigerians were prompted by their regions, religion and political affiliations was baseless and laughable
Magu said this on Thursday during the Anti-Corruption Sensitisation Programme organised for the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria and Aviation Sector Workers Abuja.
MURIC expressed shock over the development and the “wanton waste of life and the desperation to assassinate the EFCC boss”
The highly authoritative newspaper said it learnt the gunmen stormed the house in Karshi, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja at about 10pm
Addressing journalists after leading officials of the commission in a walk against corruption in Abuja, Magu said Nigerians must resolve to either win the battle or die trying.