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World Bank To Disclose More Information On Spending Of Abacha Loot

The World Bank would release more information on the spending of recovered loot by late General Sani Abacha following an appeal by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) to the Bank Archives Unit for processing for public access.This...

World Bank Asks For More Time To Decide Appeal On Abacha Loot

Nigeria's Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, (SERAP), said on Thursday that the World Bank Access to Information Committee has asked for more time to reach a decision on the appeal it lodged regarding spending of recovered stolen funds by the...

Court Insists: Buhari’s Govt Should Publish Spending Of Recovered Abacha Mega Loot

The Federal High Court, Lagos, has insisted on enforcement of the judgment ordering the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to publish widely the spending of recovered stolen funds since return of democracy in 1999.The details of the judgment are...

Yoruba, Hausa Deadly Clashes In Lagos As Reported By Yoruba Owned Newspaper, The Punch

By Sesan Olufowobi, Eric Dumo and Samson Folarin/The PunchBloody clashes in the Mile 12, Ketu area of Lagos State on Thursday left no fewer than 10 persons dead and about 100 others injured. Among the dead were two schoolchildren, traders,...

Mass Looting: Femi Falana Replies Okonjo-Iweala

In my application to the Special Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) last week, I requested for investigation into the allegations of crimes against humanity committed by serving and retired military officers and their civilian accomplices. Having diverted...

$2.1 Billion Arms Deal: Key Questions Jonathan Must Answer, Group Writes Ex-President

Nigeria's Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an open letter to former President Goodluck Jonathan seeking explanations from him on what he "knew or had reason to know on the apparent diversion and sharing of over $2 billion...

Shiites’ Killings In Nigeria: Group Calls On UN To Investigate

A group in Nigeria has called on the United Nations to open an “urgent” investigation into clashes between the Nigerian army and Shi’ite followers in the northern city of Zaria that left dozens of people dead.Dozens of Shi'ite followers...

Nigeria: UN Hears Petition On Repressive Social Media Bill

A rights group in Nigeria, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), said on Monday that a petition it sent to the United Nations against a proposed repressive social media bill in the country is being considered.The group said...

Breaking!Group Drags Nigeria Senate to UN Over Dangerous Anti-Social Media Bill

A group in Nigeria, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has sent an urgent appeal to Mr. David Kaye, UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, requesting him...

World Bank Replies Group In Nigeria, Says Recovered Abacha’s Loot Spent Under Obasanjo On Roads, Electricity

The World Bank has replied a transparency group in Nigeria which had written the bank seeking to know how recovered funds looted by Nigeria's former military dictator, Sani Abacha, were used by the Nigerian government.The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability...
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Nigeria has 109 senators. 101 are men. Biodun Olujimi from Ekiti state has just been sworn in as the 8th female senator

The President of the Nigerian Senate Ahmad Lawan was delighted on Thursday after Biodun Olujimi was sworn in as the...

African energy ministers vow to stick with fossil fuels, attack climate change ideology, reject green economy

Some African energy ministers last week vowed to stick with fossil fuel products, even as climate change activists protested outside, warning...

Lesotho in need of strong economic reforms – IMF

The economy of the Kingdom of Lesotho, an enclaved country within the border of South Africa with about 2.2 million people, is...

Mozambique’s economy recovering well from cyclones Idai and Kenneth – IMF

The International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday that the economy of Mozambique, which was hit hard by two ravaging cyclones in...

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