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The First Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Nuhu Ribadu, has said several money laundering frauds happen in Nigeria with the active connivance of banks and their workers.
Activist Lagos-based lawyer, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, has filed a suit before the Federal High Court in Lagos seeking the prosecution of the Lagos spokesman of the All Progressives Congress, Joe Igbokwe, over an allegedly offensive Facebook post recently made by the latter.
Alhaji Ibrahim Inga, Director General, Niger State Emergency Management Agency (NSEMA), on Friday said that over 60 houses were affected by flood due to heavy rainfall on July 2, in Kontagora Local Government Area of the state.
President Muhammadu Buhari has said his decision to declare his intention to run for the second term in April was to checkmate mischief-makers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel conceded during her annual summer press conference on Friday that the recent government crisis over migration policy cost her coalition public trust that will have to be won back.
The Federal Government has said that the country’s water sector was open to foreign investors with the potential of shoring up the country’s economy.
Israel's parliament on Thursday adopted a law defining the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people, provoking fears it will lead to blatant discrimination against its Palestinian citizens.
Somali security forces shot dead three extremists and foiled an attempted al-Shabaab attack on the presidential palace that began with a car bomb exploding, police said on Saturday.
Mr Abubakar Abbas, the Chairman of Wamba Local Government Council, Nasarawa State, has urged residents to be vigilante and expose criminals to security agencies in order to curtail crime in the area.
More than 200 residents of Ayetoro Community in Ilaje Local Government of Ondo State were at the weekend displaced by the surge from Atlantic Ocean.
A frontline presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, said at the weekend that, if elected president in 2019, he would declare war on poverty and injustices in the country.