Saturday, August 29, 2015

Buhari’s appointments unacceptable to Ndigbo – Ohaneze Council says

The Ohaneze Youth Council, OYC have released a statement expressing their displeasure at the non inclusion of the Ibos in all the appointments made by President Buhari.

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"We stand to condemn this glaring hatred for Ndigbo by the administration of President Buhari. We recall that apart from several other appointments, Buhari’s government has also appointed Service Chiefs and in a similar manner, he sidelined the South-East zone.

Friday, August 28, 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Police IG, Solomon Arase, moves to remove Lamorde as EFCC chair

The Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, has written to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission indicating his plan to recall all police officers who have so far served in the commission for five years, authoritative sources at the police headquarters in Abuja have told PREMIUM TIMES.

In a letter, with reference number CB/33/80/IGP.SEC/Abj/Vol.52/60, and dated July 14, 2015, Mr. Arase directed the EFCC to compile a list of all officers in the category, and forward to his office without delay.

Our sources said the directive, if implemented, would affect key leaders and investigators at the anti-graft agency – including the EFCC chairman – who has also spent more than five years at the commission.

Buhari appoints SGF, Chief of Staff, others

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the following appointments:

Babachir David Lawal – Secretary to the Government of the Federation
Abba Kyari – Chief of Staff to the President
Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (rtd.) – Comptroller-General, Nigerian Customs Service
Kure Martin Abeshi – Comptroller-General, Nigerian Immigration Service
Senator Ita S.J. Enang – SSA to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate)
Hon. Suleiman A. Kawu – SSA to the President on National Assembly Matters (House of Representatives)

The appointments are with effect from today, August 27, 2015.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

APC, PDP senators team up against Saraki, say EFCC probe breaches Senate rules

A group of senators of the All Progressives Congress, under the aegis of Unity Forum, have risen against the decision of the Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions to investigate the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Lamorde, over alleged diversion of N1 trillion recovered by the commission.

The APC senators echoed the position of the Peoples Democratic Party caucus in the Senate, which dissociated its members from the probe on Monday, calling on the committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions to shelve the investigation.

Buhari cancels all crude oil swap, offshore processing deals with NNPC

All offshore crude oil processing agreements and crude oil swap deals for refined petroleum products between the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, and oil traders around the world have been cancelled by the Federal Government.

Presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, told Reuters news agency on Tuesday that President Muhammadu Buhari has given approval for the immediate cancellation of the agreements.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Lalong pleads with Buhari over Immigration boss’ suspension

ABUJA—Plateau State Governor, Mr. Simon Lalong, has intervened in the suspension of Comptroller-General of Nigerian Immigration Service, David Paradang, pleading with President Muhammadu Buhari to show mercy.

Lalong, who was at the Presidential Villa yesterday on behalf of the embattled Immigration boss, spoke to newsmen after a meeting with the President.

Why FG must complete 2nd Niger Bridge, Ndigbo, others tell Buhari

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AMidst growing fears that the Federal Government has dumped the construction of the Second Niger Bridge project, prominent Igbo   leaders and built environment experts have appealed to President Muhammed Buhari, PMB to ensure that the all-important bridge that would complement the aging River Niger Bridge, is completed on schedule as stipulated in the contract agreement.

The bridge which was flagged off on March 10, 2014 by former President Goodluck Jonathan is expected to be completed in 48 months (March 2018).

Photo : NFF Splashes N5.5million 2015 Nissan Altima On Oliseh

NFF Splashes N5.5million 2015 Nissan Altima On Oliseh
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has bought a new Nissan Altima 2.5 SL 2015 (worth about N5.5m) model official car for Super Eagles coach, Sunday Ogorchukwu Oliseh.

According to information from the Glass House, the car was delivered to the NFF Secretariat in Abuja on Tuesday, August 25.

Photo : Nicki Minaj forgets $11,000 dress at her brother's wedding venue

Nicki Minaj forgets $11,000 dress at her brother's wedding venue
According to TMZ

Butch Yamali, owner of the Coral House reception venue in Long Island where Minaj's brother got married over the weekend, tells TMZ … they found Minaj's gold dress NWT hanging in the bridal suite. 

Coral House has been trying to get the dress back to Nicki, but it hasn't been easy ... they’re afraid to hand it over to the wrong person. They say someone's already called asking for the dress, but Yamali was suspicious enough that the person wasn't from Nicki's camp so he didn't hand it over.

We're told Minaj dropped $40k on her brother's wedding ... so the dress is pretty much chump change.

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Photos : UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon wears Agbada

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 Ban Ki Moon wore traditional attire when he visited Area 2 Family PHC yesterday.

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Nicki Minaj pays for brother's wedding

Nicki Minaj pays for brother's wedding
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Nicki Minaj paid for her brother’s wedding Saturday night on Long Island — and the star showed up in a plunging red dress for the nuptials, but was careful not to upstage the bride. The hip-hop mogul helped plan her older brother Jelani Maraj’s wedding to Jacqueline Robinson in front of 200 guests at the Coral House on Milburn Lake in Baldwin, NY.

According to sources, Minaj showed early for the 7 p.m. wedding — estimated to have cost $30,000 — with a huge entourage of seven security guards, two makeup artists, a seamstress, photographer and a couple of friends.

Beverly Johnson writes about sleeping with Mike Tyson and Eddie Murphy

Below is how NewYork Post reported it

Tennis star Arthur Ashe called her for a date after winning Wimbledon in 1975. The two went out for a while, and Johnson says that Ashe’s “four-hour, hot-and-heavy tennis matches developed endurance muscles in every area of the body.

“We had all-night lovemaking sessions,” she writes. “I was forced to pull out a bigger book of tricks to help him get to the point of no return sooner, or risk some serious health issues of my own. 

DSS charges former National Security officer Dasuki to court

The immediate past National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki, has been charged to court by the Department of State Services (DSS) for possession of fire arms without a license. According to a statement released today August 24th by the Acting spokesman of the DSS, Tony Opuiyo, Dasuki's action is an offence which is punishable under Section 27(i) (a) (i) of the Firearms Act Cap F28LFN 2004.

“This is in line with democratic practice and our avowed commitment to the rule of law, in which nobody is deemed to be above the law, no matter how highly placed in the society.

Nigeria will be self sufficient in sugar, rice, others by 2019 – Dangote

Alhaji Aliko Dangote, the Chairman of Dangote Group, on Monday said Nigeria would be self sufficient in rice, sugar and other commodities in the next four years.

Dangote said this in Abuja at a meeting with the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, Nigerian businessmen and some philanthropists.

Sierra Leone releases last known Ebola patient from hospital

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Sierra Leone on Monday released its last confirmed Ebola patient from hospital and began a 42-day countdown to being declared free of the virus, a medical source said.

“Today is without doubt a day for celebration and reflection on the thousands of lives lost during this devastating crisis,” said Sean Casey, Regional Director for the International Medical Corps, West Africa Ebola Response.

Man arrested for tapping power from Ghana’s President John Mahama’s residence

Man arrested for tapping power from Ghana’s President John Mahama’s residence
An electrician has been arrested for illegally tapping power from Ghana’s President John Mahama’s residence.
Prince Gyimah has pleaded guilty to the offence of stealing power from the Cantonment residence of the President and has been fined Gh¢902. He has also signed a bond to be of good behaviour.

Buhari furious, summons NDDC management over contract-splitting

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ABUJA — Worried by alleged mismanagement of funds of the commission running into billions of Naira, the Presidency has summoned the management of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, to answer questions on the true financial status of the agency.

Competent sources confirmed to Vanguard that the President would meet the management team of the NDDC and take them up on many issues relating to the management of the resources of  the commission since the new board came on board in December 2013.

Corruption, worst rights violation ever — Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday described corruption as the greatest human rights violation ever.

Justifying the reason why his administration is waging a large scale war against graft, Buhari said the effects of corruption were manifest in suffering, deprivation and death that innocent people were being exposed to.

Buhari accepts Ban’s invitation to world leaders’ meeting

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday accepted an invitation from the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, to a meeting of world leaders in New York.

The meeting is expected to formulate a fresh plan of action against extremism.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Godfathers are not true leaders, says Dogara

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has condemned the influence of godfathers in Nigerian politics, noting that godfathers are not true leaders.

The Speaker said ‘godfatherism’ was hindering the delivery of good governance in the country.

Why are you afraid of probe commission, Wike queries Amaechi

Why are you afraid of probe commission, Wike queries Amaechi 
PORT HARCOURT – An indication that former governor Chibuike Amaechi may not appear before the Justice G Omereji commission established to probe his administration emerged yesterday as he doubted the ability of the body to be fair to him.

The commission which was set up by governor Nyesom Wike is expected to commence sitting today in Port Harcourt.

Boko Haram: Army reinstates 2,500 soldiers, 102 officers

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The Nigerian Army has recalled over 2,500 soldiers who were asked to withdraw from service for alleged offences committed under the counter- insurgency operations code named Operation Zaman Lafiya.

The review panel set up by the Army, which began sitting in Kaduna on August 17, has also screened and reinstated 102 officers, who were sentenced or facing prosecution in relation to the operations in the North-East.

Photos: Buhari receives UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon

Buhari receives UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon
 President Buhari this morning received the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon at the state house Abuja.

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Photo : Boy 'born with 3 penises' undergoes pioneering surgery to leave him with just one

Boy 'born with 3 penises' undergoes pioneering surgery to leave him with just one
A little boy born with three penises in an incredibly rare occurrence has undergone pioneering surgery to correct the abnormality. According to reports, the two-year-old pictured above with his mum suffers from diphallia, a rare condition where a male is born with two penises.

He also had a third penis considered rudimentary, or undeveloped. In addition, the unnamed boy was born without an anus.

Fashola spent N139million on two boreholes - Lagos Government

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The project was completed by Deux Projects Limited according to a report published by the state government. The report, which was part of the awarded contracts by the Lagos State Tenders Board in 2013, was seen on the website of the Lagos State Public Procurement Agency.

In the same year, N640m was spent by the Fashola administration for the reconstruction of a car park and other associated works at the Lagos House, Marina. The report stated that the N640m contract was given to Julius Berger Plc as part of phase two of the reconstruction of Lagos House where Fashola lived during his eight years in government.

Afenifere condemns Buhari’s style of governance

Akure—AFENIFERE, a socio-political group weekend condemned President Muhammadu Buhari’s style  of administration saying he is behaving like a dictator.

The group’s  Chairman, Pa Reuben Fasoranti said this in Akure while assessing the President’s  actions so far.

Couple having S*ex on walls of castle in France fall to their deaths

The bodies of the two men were found naked in the partially dry moat surrounding the Vauban Fort in northern France on Thursday morning.

Their belongings were found on the battlements 40ft above, leading police to believe they were having se*x when they fell.

Other than organizing road shows, buying Tomato & pepper, Fayose has achieved nothing in 10months - APC

Ekiti state chapter of APC says asides conducting road shows and buying pepper and tomatoes in open markets to pose as a friend of the poor, the state governor, Ayo Fayose has not achieved anything or concluded any project to his credit since assuming office 10 months.

The state party stated this in a statement released by its Publicity Secretary, Taiwo Olatunbosun yesterday August 23rd.

EFCC chairman accused of diverting N1trillion loot recovered from corrupt politicians

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The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Lamorde, has been accused of diverting over N1tn recovered from corrupt politicians who forfeited their loots. A man named George Uboh recently petitioned the Senate, accusing the chairman of the anti-graft agency of diverting money recovered from corrupt politicians including former Governor of Bayelsa State, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha; and ex-Inspector-General of Police, Tafa Balogun.

The Senate having received the petition which was dated July 31st, ordered its Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions to investigate the allegations. Both the petitioner and Mr Lamorde have been invited to appear by the Senate committee at Meeting Room 120 of the New Senate Building, National Assembly Complex, on Wednesday August 26th for some questioning.

Ambode Cancels Fashola's Last Minute Lekki Land Allocations

Akinwunmi Ambode, governor of Lagos state, has revoked the allocation of over25 plots of land by his predecessor, Babatunde Fashola, in his final days in office.

TheCable understands that the expansive land at Lekki Phase One had been allocated to the Lagos State Water Corporation in 1998 by the then military administrator of the state, Mohamed Marwa, while the certificate of occupancy was signed by Bola Tinubu, former governor of the state, in 2006.

Diezani Allison Madueke cheated Nigeria over $15billion oil sale to India print

The Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ajjampur R. Ghanashyam, has revealed the dubious practice by former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Allison Madueke in selling crude to India through intermediaries, thus denying Nigeria’s treasury of the full proceed.
India is now Nigeria’s number one crude buyer, an importation that grosses $15 billion yearly.

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SHOCKING: Nigeria’s MDG office pays N154 million for one borehole

Nigeria’s Millennium Development Goals (MDG) office spent N154.2 million to construct a single borehole in Abuja, in a shocking example of contract inflation that has helped undermine the country’s ability to achieve its MDG goals.

Drilling a single borehole in Abuja averages N1.5 million. A hydrology firm told PREMIUM TIMES that the amount should cover drilling and casing, installation of a solar-powered submersible pump, steel tower for the tanks, tanks, pipes, joints & suckers, installation and labour.

Dabota Lawson’s 8 Month Marriage To Billionaire, Aku Ends

Dabota Lawson’s 8 Month Marriage To Billionaire, Aku Ends

According to a very reliable source, and I mean very reliable, Dabota Lawson’s marriage has sadly hit the rocks just 8 months after getting married to billionaire Sunny Aku. Our source told us that Dabota was accused of infidelity by her husband after people told him she was spotted at a Lagos hotel with someone else,with her Range Rover plate number smartly covered. Well that’s all we can say for now… but indeed the roof is on fire. The source also added that Chief has vowed not to take her back come what may.

We just hope they match things up. The couple have always looked good together and Dabota has been an envy of all especially to those who like to marry older men.

BREAKING: Buhari raises 13-member panel to probe weapon procurement since 2007

From Left: Chief Of The Air Staff, Air-Marshal Sadique Abubarkar; Chief Of Defence Staff, Gen. Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin; Vice President Yemi Osinbajo; President Muhammadu Buhari; Chief Of Army Staff, Lt-Gen. Tukur Buratai And Chief Of Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Ibok Ete Ekwe Ibas, At The Decoration Of Service Chiefs At The Presidential Villa In Abuja On Thursday (13/8/15). NAN
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the National Security Adviser to convene an investigative committee on the procurement of hardware and munitions in the Armed Forces from 2007 till now, a statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said.
According to the statement, the investigative committee’s mandate is to identify irregularities and make recommendations for streamlining the procurement process in the Armed Forces.

Accordingly, the National Security Adviser has constituted the Investigative Committee as follows:
AVM J.O.N. Ode (rtd.) – President
R/Adm J.A. Aikhomu (rtd.) – Member
R/Adm E. Ogbor (rtd.) – Member
Brig Gen L. Adekagun (rtd.) – Member
Brig Gen M. Aminu-Kano (rtd.) – Member
Brig Gen N. Rimtip (rtd.) – Member
Cdre T.D. Ikoli – Member
Air Cdre U. Mohammed (rtd.) – Member
Air Cdre I. Shafi’i – Member
Col A.A. Ariyibi – Member
Gp Capt C.A. Oriaku (rtd.) – Member
Mr. Ibrahim Magu (EFCC) – Member
Brig Gen Y.I. Shalangwa – Secretary

Despite Jonathan’s 16 years in power, ex-president’s Otuoke community begs for potable water

Despite holding various major leadership positions for 16 years where he had opportunities to better the life of his people, ex-President Goodluck Jonathan could not provide potable water for residents of his home community in Otuoke, Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

The water scarcity in Otuoke is similar to that of many parts of Nigeria where over half of the 160 million population lack access to pipe-borne water.

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ICC investigates Oba of Lagos for anti-Igbo remarks

The International Criminal Court has commenced investigation of the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, for statements made about the Igbo’s in the build-up to the Lagos governorship election.

In the statement, available on line, Mr. Akiolu vowed that Igbos in Lagos who voted against his preferred candidate, Akinwunmi Ambode, would sink in the Lagoon. Mr. Ambode of the APC eventually defeated Jimi Agbaje of the PDP in a highly contested election.

I’m ready for probe, Okonjo-Iweala declares

Former Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, on Sunday declared support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption drive, saying she was ready to subject herself to an unfettered government probe of her two terms in office.

The former Minister, who was reacting to media reports that she was planning to build a multi-million dollar Okonjo –Iweala family hospital in Abuja, denied nursing any such ambition.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

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Naira rallies strongly amid CBN intervention

The Nigerian currency, the Naira, on Friday, regained its strength and appreciated to N208 to the Dollar in the parallel market, compared with N212 it traded for on Thursday.

The British Pound Sterling and the Euro also traded at N330 and N230, respectively, at the parallel market on Friday.

Why FG suspended Comptroller General of Immigration – Femi Adesina

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Femi Adesina, the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria has disclosed that the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Services was not suspended because an ISIS chief got a Nigerian visa.

Adesina said in a text message that the suspension of Paradang was not connected to the probe of how the ISIS chief got the Nigerian visa but for unauthorized recruitment into Immigration Service.

China To Invest $1 billion In Nasarawa State

Chinese government is ready to invest one billion dollars in Nasarawa State in the next five years through Tongyi group as part of its strategic partnership aimed at boosting commerce and trade.

This was disclosed by Mr. Yong Shubo, the general manager China public procurement in a chat with news men shortly after an interactive section with Nasarawa state government officials at government house Lafia.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Buhari orders Police IG to withdraw orderlies from Nigerian ‘big men’

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday directed the Inspector-General of Police, Sunday Arase, to prune down the number of policemen attached to dignitaries.

Mr. Buhari also directed the police inspector general to redeploy all policemen withdrawn from that role to regular police duties.

Buhari won’t probe Tinubu, Fashola because Bode George wants him to — APC

The Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has‎ told the People Democratic Party chieftain in the state, Bode George, to steer away from politics after the latter’s defeat at the last general election.

In a statement issued Thursday in response to Mr. George’s call for President Muhammadu Buhari to probe Bola Tinubu and Babatunde Fashola, two past governors of the state, the APC said that Mr. George and the Lagos PDP had just woken up from a “chronic hallucination” after their defeat by the APC.

Buhari appoints Gusau as DG of Nigeria’s Budget Office

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday appointed Yahaya Gusau as Director General of the Budget Office of the Federation.

He replaces Bright Okogu, who was appointed to the office in 2007 and completed two terms of office.

Mr. Gusau’s appointment as DG of the Budget Office, is with effect from August 18, 2015 and is for a term of four years, renewable for another four years, unless he attains the retirement age of 60 years or completes 35 years of pensionable service.

Buhari sacks FIRS chairman, appoints replacement

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed William Babatunde Fowler as Acting Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), a statement by Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President, Media and Publicity, has said.

Mr. Buhari, according to the statement, also appointed Aliyu Yahaya Gusau as Director-General , Budget Office of the Federation.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

You Goofed On Jonathan’s Agricultural Programme, Adesina Blasts Oshimhole

Immediate past Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has slammed Edo State Governor, Adams Oshimhole, for describing the Agricultural Programme of former president Goodluck Jonathan as a scam.

Adesina, who is warming up to assume office as the President of the African Development Bank next month, said it was unbecoming of Oshimhole to tag Jonathan’s Agricultural Transformation Agenda, ATA, as a dismal failure.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wike promises to complete projects started by Amaechi

The Governor of Rivers State, Gov. Nyesom Wike promised to complete relevant projects that were started by the previous administrations, including that of former Governor Chibuike Amaechi.  

Wike gave the assurance in Port Harcourt, yesterday, when the Archbishop of the Niger Delta Province, Anglican communion, Archbishop Ignatius Kattey, visited him in the Government House, Port Harcourt. He promised that his administration will take the state to greater heights by fulfilling his campaign promises to the people.  He said: “Our administration shall never lose focus. We have made promises and we shall keep to the promises. Any project that will impact positively on the lives of the people of the state will be completed by this administration.” 

President Buhari orders probe into how ISIS leader got Nigerian visa

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President Buhari has ordered a full investigation into how a wanted terrorist was granted Nigerian Visa in Lebanon to visit the country.

An official of the Nigerian Ministry of Foreign affairs said in Abuja on Tuesday evening, that President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to investigate the circumstances surrounding the issuance of Visa to the wanted terrorist‎ into Nigeria.

Nigeria projected to be 4th most populated country by 2050

Nigeria projected to be 4th most populated country by 2050
According to a survey by the Population Reference Bureau in Washington USA, Nigeria is projected to be the 4th most populated country by 2050.

Buhari to personally probe sale of NITEL

President Muhammadu Buhari has mandated the ministry of communication to provide details of the recent privatisation of the Nigerian Telecommunications (NITEL) and its mobile arm, MTEL, to ascertain whether or not Nigeria was short-changed.

Speaking to journalists Tuesday after briefing the president on the activities of the ministry of communications, permanent secretary Tunji Olaopa said the president requested that a memo detailing how the transaction was processed be submitted directly to him.

Don’t beg me, looters must face the law, return stolen wealth, Buhari vows

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday assured Nigerians that no amount of pressure would make him give up the war against corruption in the country.

In an address to a group of Nigerians who marched to the Presidential Villa to pledge their full support for his administration’s anti-corruption campaign, President Buhari promised a relentless prosecution of the war against corruption, with due regard for the rule of law.

Ex-SGF, Pius Anyim, PDP chieftain fight dirty over multibillion naira centenary project scam

The National Vice Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, South-South zone, Cairo Ojougboh, has petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari asking him to investigate the immediate past Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Pius Anyim, over alleged multibillion naira scam.

Mr. Ojougboh, in a five-page letter, dated July 21, to Mr. Buhari, alleged that the Centenary City project in Abuja, which was built by the Federation Government but which construction was coordinated by the former SGF as part of the activities to mark Nigeria’s 100 years as nation, was a scam.

Call Oshiomhole to order, Rep tells Buhari

The lawmaker member representing Ohaozara/Onicha/Ivo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Linus Okorie, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to quickly call Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo state to order on the purported appointment of two foreign forensic audit firms to look into federal government revenue generating agencies from 2010 to 2015.

In a statement in Abakaliki, Mr. Okorie observed that neither the Mr. Oshiomohole-led National Executive Council Adhoc Committee on Excess Crude Accounts and Remittances to the Federation Account nor the NEC itself has the power under the constitution to make the purported appointments.

Monday, August 17, 2015

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May God bless Sani Abacha - IBB says as he turns 74

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Former Military Head of State, Ibrahim Babangida praised late former military head of state ,Sani Abacha who he said saved him from being killed during the Gideon Orkar coup in 1990 which was plotted to oust him from government.

Babangida said this while speaking with journalist in Minna, Niger state ahead of his 74th birthday today August 17th.

“I can remember fairly well that I had some loyal officers who were supposed to be protectors and bodyguards attached to me. Initially, they said I should move and I told them no, I was not leaving Dodan Barracks. But they remained hard up and very tensed, but very resilient. Later, I carried my family outside Dodan Barracks and joined my guards in battle. So we went out of Dodan Barracks to a safe house where we got in contact with loyal troops. May God bless General Sani Abacha.