Corruption : Why ICPC Is Making The Difference

Any observer following the activities of the ICPC can easily recall that the recovery of looted public assets including money and property worth billions of naira, has been a consistent achievement of the Commission in its interventions over the years.

There Was Once A Bench

By Eric Teniola “Chief Justice, I am glad you gave that judgment, because I want you to feel free, If I commit a crime or do wrong in your opinion,…

Magu, DSS, Nigerian Senate and Buhari’s Anti-Corruption War

The anti-Magu hysteria that has gripped a section of the media and civil society hoodwinked by our duplicitous senate and its collaborators is appalling. Magu’s confirmation letter was read in the senate on July 14, 2016. It took our do-nothing senate exactly five months, on the day it was going on recess for the year, to get around to “screening” him.

Neither Sunni Nor Shiite – But Muslim

The major challenge in the contemporary Muslim world is the different interpretations on simple modes of worship by various Islamic scholars and rulers. Such divergent elucidations breed misunderstandings, unnecessary conflicts and violent protests.

National Assembly Is A Den Of Corruption

Members of the National Assembly pay themselves allowances for staff and offices they do not have or maintain. Once you are a member, you are co-opted and your mouth is stuffed with rottenness and corruption that you cannot opt out as you go home with not less than N15 million a month for a Senator and N10 million a month for a member of the House of Representatives. The National Assembly is a den of corruption by a gang of unarmed robbers.