Five Leading UK Banks Aided Corruption In Nigeria – Al-jazeera

High street banks in the United Kingdom could have helped fuel corruption in Nigeria by accepting millions of dollars in deposits from dubious politicians in the west African nation, an international corruption watchdog said. In a 40 page report released on Sunday, Global Witness said that five leading banks have failed to adequately investigate the … Continue reading Five Leading UK Banks Aided Corruption In Nigeria – Al-jazeera

Lagos: Woman Charged To Court Over N23.6 Million Theft.

A 38-year-old Nigerian woman, Chidinma Solomon, yesterday appeared at a Badagry Magistrates’ Court in Lagos for alleged theft of N23. 6 million from a man under the guise of helping him to send it to Turkey. Chidinma is facing a three-count charge of stealing, obtaining by false pretences and issuance of dud cheques, but she pleaded not … Continue reading Lagos: Woman Charged To Court Over N23.6 Million Theft.

Presidency Blasts HSBC, Accuses Banking Giant Of Aiding Looters

The Presidency is unhappy with the prediction of banking giant HSBC about the Nigerian economy if President Muhammadu Buhari gets a second term. The Presidency has condemned multinational banking and financial services company HSBC for predicting that a second term for President Buhari would stunt Nigeria’s economy and demanded that the company should stop doomsday … Continue reading Presidency Blasts HSBC, Accuses Banking Giant Of Aiding Looters

U.S Government Sentenced A Nigerian Man To 11 Years In Prison For Fraud

Kingsley Otuya, a 34-year-old Nigerian national, was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison for his role in fraud, money laundering and romance schemes in Austin, Texas that netted over $1 million. One of the victims of Kingsley Otuya killed herself after losing hundreds of thousands of dollars and being "emotionally devastated" by the romance … Continue reading U.S Government Sentenced A Nigerian Man To 11 Years In Prison For Fraud

Court Grants Ex- NSA, Sambo Dasuki Bail

A Federal high court sitting in Abuja on Monday granted N200m bail to Sambo Dasuki, former national security adviser (NSA). It would be recalled that Dasuki was arrested by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) and has been in detention since December 29, 2015. The court granted him a N200 million and two … Continue reading Court Grants Ex- NSA, Sambo Dasuki Bail

Shehu Sani: Recovered Abacha Loot Should Not Be Shared To Poor Nigerians

More reactions has continued trailing the plan by the federal government to disburse the over $300 million fund repatriated from the accounts of former Head of State, late General Sani Abacha in Switzerland to poor Nigerians. The National Coordinator of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), Nigeria and Special Assistant to the President on Justice Reforms, … Continue reading Shehu Sani: Recovered Abacha Loot Should Not Be Shared To Poor Nigerians