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Federal government to probe #EkitiGate after Governor Fayose’s tenure

The Federal Government will begin a comprehensive probe of the Ekitigate scandal in Ekiti State immediately the tenure of Governor Ayodele Fayose ends in October, it has been gathered.

Professor Sagay: Current Senate worst in Nigeria’s history

The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), said on Thursday he could not wait for the current Senate, which he described as the worst since 1999, to go next year.

Vice President Osinbajo: Federal government recovers N7.8 billion, $378 million, £27,800 through whistleblower’s policy

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Monday said that Nigeria has recovered about N7.8 billion, $378 million and £27,800 through the Whistleblower’s Policy launched by President Muhammadu Buhari in December 2016.

Vice President Osinbajo: Federal government determined to end massive corruption

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Monday said that the federal government was determined to end massive corruption in the country.

Enough is Enough launches guide on recall process

A Nigerian public advocacy organisation, Enough is Enough (EiE) Nigeria, on Thursday launched a guide on the recall process.

PACAC: Looters lists contains names of people federal government recovered assets from

The ‘looters lists’ released by the Federal Government contained names of people from whom government recovered assets from, Prof. Bolaji Owasonoye, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC), has said.

Professor Owasonoye: Dangerous, risky to be corrupt in Nigeria now

President Muhammadu Buhari has made it more dangerous and risky to be corrupt in Nigeria now than before.

PACAC: 8,000 whistleblowers recorded in one year

No fewer than 8,000 whistleblowers were recorded by the federal government in the last one year, the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC) has said.

Professor Sagay: Why no ex-president has been charged to court for corruption

Professor Itse Sagay, chairman of the presidential advisory committee against corruption (PACAC), says the federal government is yet to charge any former president to court over corruption allegations in order to avoid “distractions”.

Federal government to review investigation framework of whistleblower policy

The federal government has expressed its willingness to review the investigation framework of the Whistleblower Policy much of which would tilt more towards exploring preventive rather than punitive measures.

Professor Sagay: Five percent reward not automatic for every whistle-blower

The Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), on Friday explained the rationale for rewarding whistle-blowers whose tip-offs led to recovering of looted funds.

Professor Sagay hints on financial reward for pre-emptive whistleblowing

Professor Itse Sagay, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), on Friday hinted at the creation of a special fund for financial reward for pre-emptive whistleblowing.

Federal government to review framework for whistle blower policy

The Federal Government on Friday said that it would review the investigative framework of the whistle blower policy to make its implementation more effective.

Professor Sagay: Looting still ongoing at national assembly

The chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Itse Sagay, says looting of public funds still takes place at the national assembly through budget padding.

Federal government to publish new list of treasury looters

The Federal Government is compiling fresh names of people alleged to have looted the nation’s treasury under former President, Goodluck Jonathan.

RMAFC: Senator’s approved pay is N1.1 million

The National Assembly Service Commission should be held responsible for the running cost of N13.5m paid to each senator on a monthly basis, the Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission has said.

Professor Sagay calls for adoption of jury system in Nigeria

The Chairman of Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Itse Sagay, has called on Nigeria to adopt the jury system in its criminal justice administration, because some judges cannot be relied upon to uphold the integrity of the judicial system.

Much ado about national assembly allowances

The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), promised, on Monday, to release details of the allowances of Principal Officers of the National Assembly just so that Nigerians would know how much of a drain these few ladies and gentlemen are on national resources.

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Federal government to probe #EkitiGate after Governor Fayose’s tenure

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