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who handled corruption better? GEJ or OBJ....compare and contrast

HOW PRESIDENT OBASANJO HANDLED CORRUPTION

1. Senate President Adolphus Wabara was Indicted and impeached by his colleagues for allegedly partaking in 50 million Naira bribe from the Education Minister Professor Fabian Osuji.The Education Minister Fabian Osuji was dismissed by President Olusegun Obasanjo. 297 more words

Nigeria

Corruption is not our problem: na true Oga talk!

Some people de vex say Oga talk say no be corruption be our problem. Me I gree with Oga and I no fit understand why una de argue. 462 more words

Why Refineries sale approval rushed:Jonathan, Diezani cronies To “Buy” Port Harcourt Refineries.

Report according to Sahara Reporters has discovered that the shady plan to sell off Nigeria’s four refineries to cronies of the Minister of Petroleum Resources, … 1,174 more words

Nigeria

Jonathan, Minister’s Cronies To “Buy” Port Harcourt Refineries.

By SaharaReporters, New York

SaharaReporters has discovered that the shady plan to sell off Nigeria’s four refineries to cronies of the Minister of Petroleum Resources, … 1,171 more words

Nigeria

Tambuwal’s blame of Jonathan an attempt to mask incompetency to anti-graft battle.

In the buck passing in regard to the public concern about the growing spate of corruption in the country and failure of the dispensation to battle the scourge, … 1,039 more words

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Tambuwal’s Game of Stone Throwing By Ochuko Ekpekurede.

By Ochuko Ekpekurede

For a performance in the midst of his learned colleagues at the Nigerian Bar Association anti-corruption lecture on Monday December 9 in Abuja, Speaker Aminu… 1,433 more words

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Nigeria's 2013 Judicial Year In Review By Segun O' Law.

By Segun O’Law

Corruption in Nigeria‘s judicial system continues to undermine the chance of convictions in multiple cases involving petroleum subsidy schemes, fund diversions, bank loan fraud, pension same, and government swindles where suspects are politically well-connected.  1,228 more words

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