Nigeria: Power Sector – Senate Probes Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, Jonathan

Abuja — The Senate, yesterday, constituted an ad-hoc Committee to carry out a holistic investigation into the management of funds appropriated to the power sector from the Olusegun Obasanjo civilian administration to date. Announcing the 13-man ad-hoc committee, yesterday, Senate President, Bukola Saraki urged members of the committee to consider their reputation and integrity and Continue Reading...

CELEBRATING NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY DAY 2014: 15 YEARS OF DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION BY GODOSN AZU… With extract from the CIPE Article.

My beloved both at home and in the diaspora greetings from the Almighty God, the creator and maker of things including Nigeria. Today as I joined all well-meaning Nigerians and friends of Nigeria, including great democrats around the world to observe and celebrate the 15th year of Nigerian democratic transition and economic transformation. Today as Continue Reading...

Four African Countries Rank High in Corruption Watchdog Reports

Monrovia — The International transparency watchdog group, Transparency International in its latest ranking of countries that practice acts of corruption at the highest level has listed four African Countries amongst the top 10 where corruption is practice with Liberia performing better this time. In the ranking crisis prone Somalia is ranked the most corrupt country Continue Reading...
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