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For today, December 16:


N31b loot: Jonathan's camp to seek talks with Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari and his predecessor, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, may soon meet over the mind boggling revelations from the arms cash probe.

Three dead as Shiite members protest

There was anxiety yesterday in Kaduna, following a clash between members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria and policemen in Tudun Wada. READ MORE...



Dasuki faces 47-count charges in 3 courts

As matters stand, embattled former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), is now facing 47-count charges before three different courts and judges in Abuja. READ MORE...



Dasuki, Yuguda, Bafarawa, son docked, remanded in custody

Another set of suspects in the arms deal scandal was in the dock yesterday. Those the EFCC arraigned at the Abuja High Court yesterday were the immediate past National Security Security Adviser (NSA) Sambo Dasuki. a former Minister of State for Finance, Bashir Yuguda, ex-Governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Bafarawa, his son Sagir ad their firm Dalhatu Investment.



EFCC: Dasuki used arms cash to buy assets in London, Dubai

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Tuesday accused the immediate past National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), of compromising the security of the nation and committing economic sabotage through his alleged diversion of 32bn meant for the purchase of arms to fight terrorists in the North-East.



Nigerian assets may gain as investors sell S/Africa on Zuma

Nigeria can position itself to attract capital that is currently fleeing South Africa or sitting idle in the bank vaults, due to the growing lack of confidence by the business community in President Zuma's leadership, provided Africa's top economy moves quickly on long stalled reforms, analysts say.

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