Ajulo, in a statement on Thursday in Abuja, backed Malami’s earlier call for the dissolution of the body headed by Prof. Its Sagay.
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The death of the professor was announced by the Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, on Tuesday.
The Communications Officer of PACAC, Aghogho Agbahor, said this in a statement on Tuesday.
Magu, who was stopped as he left the EFCC office in Wuse area of Abuja on Monday and directed to head to the Presidential Villa, had been undergoing questioning from a presidential panel
Magu was stopped as he left the EFCC office in Abuja, and asked to proceed to the Presidential Villa, where a panel was still grilling him as as press time
The Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption says it recovered N594.09 billion in three years through the implementation of the whistle-blowing policy.
The Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption said on Wednesday that Nigerians must change their attitude in order to win the war against corruption.
Sagay spoke in Abuja during the workshop on the United Kingdom Unexplained Wealth Order, organised by PACAC, UK National Crime Agency and the Department for International Development
Oloyede described as alarming the desperation of parents and the level to which they go to ensure that their children get admissions at all cost, irrespective of the consequences involved.
Sagay, who spoke on Friday in Abuja during his committee’s “interaction with stakeholders”, said the Federal Government’s anti-corruption efforts had, so far, been extremely successful
Prof. Itse Sagay, the Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, had last week alleged that a Nigerian senator gets N29 million in monthly pay.
Speaking at the 20th Wole Soyinka Annual Lecture, with the theme: “Nigerian State in the Aftermath of the Centenary: Prospect For its Indivisibility,” held in Benin City, Obaseki, who was the chairman of the occasion, said Nigeria’s unity was non-negotiable and maintained that it was possible to make Nigeria great and prosperous again
Sagay said such punishment for SANs must include denial of right of appearance in such high profile and grand corruption cases.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, made this known in Abuja on Tuesday in a statement signed by Segun Adeyemi, his Special Adviser
Ribadu, therefore, cautioned the media to continuously rise up and resist attempt to desecrate the country, insisting that the media should be up against corruption in all forms.
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Sagay said these in a letter he sent to the Senate over the decision to summon him for statements credited to him on the conduct of the members of the Red Chamber
Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, the Executive Secretary, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, told the correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria in New York that negotiations on this had reached advanced stage
The Executive Secretary of the PACAC, Prof. Bolaji Owosanoye, made the demand in New York at a workshop on “Illicit Financial Flows and Assets Recovery” on Monday
The Executive Secretary of the Committee, Prof. Bolaji Owosanoye, made the remarks in New York at a workshop on “Illicit Financial Flows and Assets Recovery” on Monday