Accusing Oil Boss of Insubordination Is ‘Very Ridiculous’ – Oil Marketers

[Daily Trust] The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has said it considered the accusation by Minister of state for Petroleum Resources Ibe Kachikwu against the head of Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Maikanti …

[Daily Trust] The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has said it considered the accusation by Minister of state for Petroleum Resources Ibe Kachikwu against the head of Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Maikanti Baru as "very ridiculous."

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Senate Probes NNPC Gmd Baru Over Allegations of Corruption, Insubordination

[Premium Times] Nigerian Senate on Wednesday set up an ad-hoc committee to carry out “holistic investigation” into allegations of corruption against Maikanti Baru, the Group Managing Director, GMD, of the state oil firm, NNPC.?

[Premium Times] Nigerian Senate on Wednesday set up an ad-hoc committee to carry out "holistic investigation" into allegations of corruption against Maikanti Baru, the Group Managing Director, GMD, of the state oil firm, NNPC.?

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Senate Probes Police Chief Over Corruption Allegations

[Premium Times] The Senate has set up an eight-man ad hoc committee to investigate allegations of corruption brought against the Inspector General of Police(IGP), Ibrahim Idris, by a senator, Isah Misau (APC-Bauchi).

[Premium Times] The Senate has set up an eight-man ad hoc committee to investigate allegations of corruption brought against the Inspector General of Police(IGP), Ibrahim Idris, by a senator, Isah Misau (APC-Bauchi).

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Why We Won’t Demand Ex-Minister’s Extradition From UK – Govt

[Premium Times] The Nigerian government has said it would not ask the British government to send a former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke, back to Nigeria to avoid jeopardizing ongoing investigations by authorities in the United Kingdom.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian government has said it would not ask the British government to send a former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke, back to Nigeria to avoid jeopardizing ongoing investigations by authorities in the United Kingdom.

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Extortion, Power Outage, Staff Apathy Dog Nigeria’s National Identity Card Project

[Premium Times] ‘FISAYO SOYOMBO, Editor of the ICIR, rounds off an investigation into the national ID enrolment process. His findings reveal extortion of members of the public, blackouts at enrolment centres, non-production of ID cards, staff disgruntl…

[Premium Times] 'FISAYO SOYOMBO, Editor of the ICIR, rounds off an investigation into the national ID enrolment process. His findings reveal extortion of members of the public, blackouts at enrolment centres, non-production of ID cards, staff disgruntlement and a budget that is 'heavy on food and wine' but low on vital needs of a project that has not fulfilled the objectives for which it was conceived 10 years ago.

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N500m Fraud Suit – Court to Hear Diezani’s Application October 30

[Premium Times] Justice Rilwan Aikawa of Federal High Court in Lagos will on October 30 hear an application by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, seeking to be joined as defendant in money laundering suit.

[Premium Times] Justice Rilwan Aikawa of Federal High Court in Lagos will on October 30 hear an application by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, seeking to be joined as defendant in money laundering suit.

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Excessive Bank Charges – CBN Recovers Over N50 Billion for Customers

[Premium Times] As part of its efforts to protect bank customers from undue exploitation, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN said on Wednesday it has so far recovered over N50 billion from erring banks as excessive charges imposed on customers.

[Premium Times] As part of its efforts to protect bank customers from undue exploitation, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN said on Wednesday it has so far recovered over N50 billion from erring banks as excessive charges imposed on customers.

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