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Corruption: FG goes after 'super rich' civil servants




Staff, (Punch) FEDERAL Government's anti-corruption operatives have been sent after 'super rich' public officers who have multiple properties and other assets suspected to have been the rewards of graft.

 

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US govt gave Buhari names of oil thieves -Source




Staff, (Punch) The source said Buhari was taken aback when he saw the names on the list and that the list given to the President by the US might compel him to probe the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Buhari very worried about National Assembly crisis, says APC giving PDP allowance to take over govt again




Leon Usigbe, (Nigerian Tribune) PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has expressed worry over the ongoing leadership crisis among members of the ruling APC in the National Assembly.

Those in past government stole crude oil till July 3rd, 2015 -Buhari




Staff, (Nigerian Tribune) President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday in Abuja, reassured that only patriotic, decent and experienced Nigerians would be appointed as ministers in his government.

Police confirm forgery of the Senate Standing Order used to inaugurate the 8th Assembly




Staff, (Punch) In the report, the Police recommended the prosecution of those found culpable of forging the orders, which had been used in the controversial election of the Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, and his deputy, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, on June 9, 2015.

Why Buhari'll probe only Jonathan's govt - Presidency




Staff, (Vanguard) The Presidency, yesterday, said President Muhammadu Buhari will limit his probe to the immediate past government of Dr Goodluck Jonathan. President Buhari had vowed, Wednesday, to arrest and prosecute former ministers and government officials who looted funds and stole Nigeria's crude oil.

How US laws 'aided and abetted' Boko Haram - Buhari




Staff, (Guardian) The President, however, added that he believed that the US did this ‘unwittingly and ‘unintentionally’, while also making it known that he believed that “American people cannot support any group engaged in these crimes.”

British police to recruit Yoruba-speaking officers




Bayo Akinloye, (Punch) British Metropolitan Police Service has launched a recruitment programme to employ new officers who can speak Yoruba and other languages. A total of 14 languages which have a high prevalence in London's communities have been chosen for what the Met called a month-long pilot recruitment which started on Monday.