“We’re committed to increasing the efficiency of our refineries so that by 2019, we’d have stopped importation of Petroleum products.”
Justice Abang in his ruling on Thursday, held that Metuh’s application lacks merit, and that the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, ACJA, does not make it mandatory for the court to grant such application.
The Kaduna State Police Command had confirmed that two German Archeologists who were working at the NOK Archeological Centre in Kagarko, Kaduna State, have been kidnapped.
Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed said that the ministry presented a memo to the council for the Revised National Policy on Environment “which was first formulated in 1991 and last revised in 1999.”
Fifteen civil society groups in the country on Wednesday gave the Nigerian Senate two weeks within which to accede to a six-point demand or risk mass occupation of the National Assembly.
The EFCC said that the discovery was based on an intelligence report that properties suspected to be proceeds of crime were being warehoused at the former custom boss’ premises.
The Inspector General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, has sent in Police Special Forces to the troubled areas in Southern Kaduna in order to prevent the violence there from further escalating.
The Senate has frowned at the growing underfunding of anti-corruption agencies in Nigeria, noting that the development could scuttle the campaign against corruption in the country, which is one of the hallmarks of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
Former Minister of State for Defence Musiliu Obanikoro and his family have dragged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, before the Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged unlawful seizure of their property.
The lawmakers also passed a resolution urging the Presidency to recall Nigeria’s ambassador to South Africa ahead of a major anti-Nigerians rally planned for Friday.