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For today, December 11:


EFCC begins fresh probe into Dokpesi's N8bn sport deal

The hope of the former Chairman, DAAR Communications Plc, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, of being granted bail by Justice Gabriel Kolawole of a Federal High Court, Abuja, dimmed on Thursday after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said it had opened a fresh probe into the payment of N8.4bn to the businessman by the Federal Government.



Govt to borrow for projects, struggles to sell crude oil

Faced with rediced revenue following crude oil price crash, the Federal Government has decided to borrow money to fund its capital projects and meet other obligations next year.



EFFC to summon Okonjo-Iweala

Indications emerged last night that the Federal Government would extend its dragnet towards apprehending and prosecuting more individuals and groups which allegedly helped themselves with huge funds meant for the acquisition of arms for the armed forces.



PDP, Reps, Anenih, Ayu. others names in N30b 'loot'

The Economic anf Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) will today begin the trial of a former National Security Adviser (NSA), Mr. Sambo Dasuki, ex-Minister of Finance Bashir Yuguda and a former Director of Finance in the Office of The National Security Adviser, Mr. Shuaibu Salisu as well as six others for alleged misappropriation of N10billion.



FG defaults push up power sector debts to N102b

Defaults by the Federal Government on its obligatory payment to electricity distribution companies (Discos) for energy consumed, have pushed up the amount of money being owed to the natio's debt-ridden power sector to a whopping N102.5 billion, according to BusinessDay finidings.

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