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Buhari urged to fight corruption in educational system

FOR President Muham-madu Buhari to successfully fight corruption in the nation, there is need for him to fight corruption in the nation’s educational system. This is the position of the Vice-Chancellor of Ritman University, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Professor Celestine A. Ntuen, while speaking during an interview with the press on the evil effects of sex-for-mark syndrome in tertiary institutions.

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Nigerians speak: Dapchi School Girls kidnap – Who is to blame?

The security system is to blame – Aliyu Modibbo, Entrepreneur
In my opinion government and their the security agencies should be blamed. There are lapses in those villages that are close to the bush where the terrorists are located hence the abduction. There is need for the government to deploy more troops to these villages. Terrorist acts have been curtailed in local government areas that are not close to the bush, so the government should do something about the villages that are near the bush.

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Anambra guber: Large turnout of voters‎, card readers working

By Dennis Agbo AGULERI: Polling units in Anambra state are witnessing large turnout of voters at different polling units. The card readers are also functional without hitch. In the same vain, voting has been made faster with accreditation and voting taking place simultaneously. Large number of voters at Eri Primary school in Aguleri, Anambra east
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We will soon tell Nigerians names of all suspected looters – FG

Abukabar Malami SAN has disclosed that “President Muhammadu Buhari has directed all relevant agencies to compile documents on names of all looters with a view to promptly enforcing the judgment of a Federal High Court in Lagos ordering the government to release to Nigerians information about the names of high ranking public officials from whom public funds were recovered.”

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Corruption: Lift ‘cloud’ hanging over Justice Salami C’ttee, SERAP tells CJN:

The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, (SERAP) has sent an open letter to the Chief Justice of Nigeria and Chairman, National Judicial Council Justice Water Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen urging him to use his “good offices and position to urgently revisit and review the composition of Justice Ayo Isa Salami’s Corruption and Financial Crime Cases Trial Monitoring Committee (COTRIMCO) to remove the risk of apparent and potential conflicts between the work of the committee and the private practice of some of its members who are handling high-profile cases of corruption involving politically exposed persons (PEPs).”

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