Magu Mocks Senate

By Akinwale Kasali The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has sarcastically mocked the Senate, saying that he is happy that the Senate didnt confirm his appointment as the substantive chairman of the anti-graft agency. Magu added that if he had been confirmed by the Senate he would perhaps not have been able to discharge his duties appropriately as he is doing presently. Magu made this statement at the Lagos State High Court in Ikeja where he was testifying in a libel suit he filed against The…

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FG In Unprecedented Clampdown on Opposition, PDP Kicks

By Uche Mbah Recent events have given credence to the allegation that the Federal Government has perfected plans to cripple the opposition financially so that they will be cash strapped to fund the 2019 elections, according to opinions sampled by this Magazine within the last week. The Source has, in recent past, reported that the initial hiccups in the electioneering campaign was due to the apprehension that the government may use the instrument of coercion to cripple the Activities of the opposition, particularly the People’s Democratic Party, PDP. Recent reports…

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Ugochukwu Insists Diamond Bank Defrauded Him

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu   Twenty years lapse and unfavorable Supreme Court judgment have failed to thaw Prince Amaobi  Alfred Ugochukwu’s  insistence that one of Nigeria’s leading commercial Banks, Diamond Bank defrauded him 20 years ago and ruined his once  thriving business. Ugochukwu, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Al-Clement Nigeria Limited is also not happy with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC over what he perceives as the anti-graft agency’s lack of interest in treating his petition dated March,29,2017, against Diamond Bank . Ugochukwu’s dates back to March…

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