Find the latest bookmaker offers available across all uk gambling sites www.bets.zone Read the reviews and compare sites to quickly discover the perfect account for you.
Home » Whistle Blower » Investigation

Investigation

October, 2021

  • 16 October

    EFCC withdraws N20b fraud case against Kogi govt…the intrigues

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Friday withdrew its suit seeking the forfeiture of the N20billion bailout funds granted to the Kogi State Government by Sterling Bank. The money was meant for the payment of Kogi State workers, but was alleged to have been, instead, domiciled in an interest yielding account with the bank. Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke granted ...

  • 15 October

    PDP members kick as party says North eligible for presidency again

    A former Deputy National Chairman of the PDP, Chief Bode George, has said it would be wrong to give the North the opportunity to emerge as the presidential candidate after the region had picked a northern chairman. George, who was a guest on PUNCH Live, further stated that Nigeria had not yet reached the level where zoning would be jettisoned ...

  • 15 October

    How & why Ayu emerged PDP Chairman

    Ayu is capable of leading the party to victory. He has been a Senate President. He has been a minister. He is a founding father of the party. He knows who to contact and know that running a party is about inclusiveness. He is coming on board with all these experiences After the screening and sub-zonal stakeholders’ meetings, three candidates ...

  • 14 October

    Cooperate with kidnappers for your safety, Police advice Nigerians

    The Police High Command on Tuesday counselled members of the public to cooperate with kidnappers if they fall victim, for their own safety and to avoid being killed. The Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO), Frank Mba, a Commissioner of Police, gave the advice in Abuja while parading 48 suspected high tech criminals including one 25-year-old Haliru Mohammed, who masterminded the ...

  • 14 October

    JOHESU opposes FG’s Dec 1 ban on unvaccinated workers to 2 reasons

    Spokesman for the Joint Health Sector Unions, ( JOHESU) Mr Olumide Akintayo, has faulted the Federal Government on the grounds that the vaccines were inadequate in the country. Akintayo, has faulted the decision, saying people’s rights must be respected. Akintayo said the doses of the vaccine available in the country were not enough. He therefore wondered why government was making ...

  • 13 October

    Each Nigerian Owes Foreign Creditors N64,684

    With the present level of Nigeria’s external debt, every Nigerian citizen in the country is currently indebted to the tune of $157 or N64,684. This trend, according to a development economist, Dr. Tayo Bello, is worrisome as the borrowing rate is alarming and does not reflect in physical infrastructure that can repay the loans. As of June 30, 2021, the ...

  • 12 October

    Ex- Presidential aide, Obono-Obla arraigned for fake 1982 GCE

    The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission has arraigned a former chairman of the Special Presidential Investigation Panel for Recovery of Public Property, Mr Okoi Obono-Obla, for certificate forgery. The commission, in two charges filed at the Jos Judicial Division of the High Court of Plateau State, said the former SPIP head presented a fake result with a ...

  • 12 October

    Surprises, as Dokpesi backs Tinubu for 2023, gets Court pardons

    The Federal High Court has ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to remove Raymond Dokpesi from its watch list. The ruling, made by Chief Justice John Tsoho of the court’s Abuja Division on Monday held that there are no criminal charges or allegations currently raised against Mr Dokpesi. Mr Tsoho ruled on an application filed and argued by ...

  • 12 October

    Bandits Demand Cooked Food As Ransom Amid Biting Hunger

    Bandits are now reportedly demanding for cooked food as ransom following some measures instituted by state governments to fight insecuirty in their states. since the ban on weekly markets as part of measures to tackle insecurity, bandits operating along Damari, Kutemashi and Kuyello villages only asked for cooked food each time they abduct people. ban on sale of fuel in ...

  • 12 October

    EndSARS anniversary protest booting, police @ Lekki Tollgate

    Heavy armed police men were seen with their trucks at the Lekki tollgate earlier on Monday. Recall that earlier today, October 11, 2021, the state police command had warned residents of the state against staging an #EndSARS anniversary protest.