According to Azuka Ogugua, spokesperson for ICPC, who disclosed this in a statement, the arrest was as a result of intelligence received which led the ICPC operatives to seek out and promptly arrest the suspect.
Ojerinde’s re-arrest followed a warrant issued by the Federal High Court, Abuja.
The operatives of ICPC made the arrest shortly after Thursday’s hearing before Justice Obiora Egwuatu of a Federal High Court (FHC) in Abuja where Ojerinde has been standing trial on 18 counts bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of N5 billion.
This is contained in a press statement signed by ICPC Spokesperson, Azuka Ogugua
The CNPP, in a new year message by its Secretary General, Chief Willy Ezugwu, noted that “a successful transition to a new administration will only be possible if all stakeholders ensure the credibility of the forthcoming general elections.”
The Eagle Online recalls that D’banj spent three days with the ICPC in Abuja over alleged involvement in N-Power fraud.
Azuka Ogugua, the Commission’s spokesperson said this in a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja.
The demand was made of Nigeria’s MDAs by the IMF on Wednesday in Abuja by its team, led by Alin Shane.
The collaborative efforts of the Federal Government with the private sector and a Civil Society group – Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) to curb corruption at the Sea-Ports has earned international praise and won the first ever “Outstanding Achievement in Collective Action Award” of the Switzerland-based Basel Institute on Governance.
He spoke during an executive session of the Chairman of ICPC with Chief Executive Officers of public agencies.
It said it closed down a fake National Youth Service Corps Orientation Camp to tackle corruption in the education sector.
The ICPC also arraigned Gabriel Nathaniel, a staff in the Accounts Department of the Abuja Metropolitan Management Council (AMMC) over allegations bordering on diversion of about N3 billion from his office.
The Chairman of the commission, Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, said the war should be taken to the communities through the enthronement of integrity, transparency and accountability among the people.
Its Chairman, Prof. Bolaji Owasannoye, raised the alarm at a two-day capacity-building workshop on Thursday in Abuja.
He spoke at the National Policy Dialogue on Corruption and Insecurity in Nigeria organised by the ICPC on Friday.
The CMD, who confirmed he has a copy of the petition, reacted to it in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
This is contained in a statement issued Monday in Kaduna by ASUU Kano Zonal Coordinator, Abdulkadir Muhammad.
Owasanoye stated this on Monday at the “Draft Model Financial Transparency Code Developed for the Private Sector” review held at the commission’s headquarters in Abuja.
The Senate in the amendment of ACJA had proposed that a case file to the Attorney General of the Federation.
The Chairman of the ICPC, Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, SAN, made this disclosure at the 2022 African Union Anti-Corruption Day which was declared open by President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday in Abuja.