Monthly Archives: December 2018

Court Orders EFCC, DSS To Produce Diezani In 72 Hours

A Federal High Court Judge has ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Department of State Services (DSS), and the Nigerian Police Force to produce former Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison-Madueke, within 72 hours. Diezani though currently living in London is facing a corruption probe by EFCC, which has been trying to extradite her to Nigeria. Read also EFCC Score Card! Seizes

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Social Media Users Attack Shatta Wale For Calling Out President Nana Addo

Dancehall musician Shatta Wale, is under attack on social media for calling out the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo. The “Dem Confuse” singer, who arrived from his ‘Reign Europe Tour’ on Monday, November 3, went on social media to criticise the president for the ‘economic hardships’ his fans are enduring According to him, the youth are complaining about being broke

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Drone Deal Is A Rip-Off, President Akufo-Addo Must Stop It- Minority

Cassiel Ato Forson, Minority Spokesperson on Finance

The Minority in Parliament is demanding a presidential intervention, to halt the consideration of the service agreement between the government and Zipline International Incorporated, for drone delivery of medical supplies to underserved areas. The final vote on the agreement was deferred last Monday, with the minority describing it as a misplaced priority. The Ghana Health Service at a press briefing

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Geoffrey Onyeama Says 2019 Presidential Election Is Not A Matter Of `Life Or Death’ For Buhari

Nigerian Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama has said that 2019 Presidential election is not a matter of `life or death’ for President Buhari, claiming that Buhari will be happy to accept the verdict of the electorate. Onyeama claimed further that President Buhari only wants to create a level playing field for all the political parties in Nigeria. “He is fully committed

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Court To Hear FG’s $69M Crude Oil Shipment Suit Against Chevron, Total In Feb

Before now the Federal Government of Nigeria filed a law suit against Chevron Nigeria Ltd, and Chevron Petroleum Nigeria Ltd, as first and second defendants. The &69M crude oil shipment case was adjourned previously at the Court of Appeal to Tuesday December 4, had been moved to Feb 13, as the court did not sit.because the judge, Justice Mojisola Olatoregun

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