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For today, Friday, November 20:


$2bn arms: EFCC probes Bode George, Odili, Bello

How many PDP chieftains got a slice of the "phoney" $2billion arms contract cakes? This is the riddle the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is battling to resolve. READ MORE...



EFCC uncovers another N600m scam

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission yesterday continued its arrest of high profile politicians and top military officers over the $2bn arms contract allegedly disbursed by the Office of National Security Adviser, ONSA.

NCC slashes MTN's N1.04trn fine to N674bn

Finally, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, has reduced the N1.04 trillion fine imposed on MTN Nigeria to N674billion. READ MORE...



We can't stop fake voters in Bayelsa, say INEC

Notwithstanding its resolve to conduct a credible election in Bayelsa State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) does not have the powers to stop suspected hired and fake voters as long as they present valid permanent voter cards (PVCs). READ MORE...

Lawyers disagree over absence of running mate to Kogi's APC candidate

With yet another constitutional dilemma for the All Progressives Cngress (APC) over the absence of a deputy governorship candidate to replace Mr. James Faleke to contest with its substitute governorship candidate, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, in Saturday's Kogi State Supplementary election, lawyers are examining the issues it has thrown up. READ MORE...



Minimum wage: Governors consider massive jobs cuts

There are strong indications that some state governors are considering reducing their states' workforce as the downturn of the economy worsens. READ MORE...



Senate pushes constitution amendment on cabinet

The Nigerian Senate is proposing an amendment to the 1999 constitution which would make it mandatory for the president of the federation and state governors to send the names of nominated ministers and commissioners to the National and State Assemblies respectively, for confirmation within 60 days of being sworn into office.

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