Kano govt blames INEC, says footage of underage voting recorded during 2015 polls

Kano govt blames INEC, says footage of underage voting recorded during 2015 polls The Kano state government on Monday said the footage showing underage persons voting reportedly during the Kano local government polls, was recorded during the March 30, 2015 general elections conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. …

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Nigeria: EFCC boss advocates preventive measures to fight against corruption

WorldStage Newsonline– The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Mustafa Magu has proposed that more emphasis should be placed on preventive measures in the fight against corruption if Nigeria is to make significant headway. According to a statement, speaking through the Commission’s spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren …

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Millions of people in the Lake Chad Basin region remain in desperate need of aid

2017 showed that famine could be averted in Nigeria, in part thanks to the success of the Oslo Conference in ensuring the humanitarian funding needed to tackle extreme hunger. However, the food security and nutrition situation remains extremely fragile across the four countries, exacerbated by cycles of disease outbreaks such …

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Chicago Father Charged With Murder After He Allegedly Nearly Decapitated His 2-Year-Old Son

Chicago police charged a man with murder after his 2-year-old son was found nearly “decapitated” at their home in the Little Village neighborhood on Wednesday. Rolando Ortiz, 37, is alleged to have committed the “brutal and horrific slaying” of his son Mateo Garcia Aguayo when he got fed up with the …

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Magu reveals how to end corruption in Nigeria – Daily Post Nigeria

Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, says preventive measures can end corruption in Nigeria. He said this at a summit organized by the Adamawa state government in Yola, the state capital. Magu, who spoke through the Commission’s spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren, argued that while the …

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