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#CorruptionCase A Federal High Court in Abuja has granted an application of Slok Nigeria Ltd seeking to challenge its retrial in N7.6bn money laundering case involving former Governor of Abia State, Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu. The case enters 5,123 days and was adjourned to 13/07/2021.

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1 month ago

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Join us tomorrow in a tweet chat on Open Justice in Nigeria at 4:30pm as we host the Executive Director of FOI Counsel, Aigbokhan President to celebrate the global #ogpweek2021.#openjustice

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#EidMubarak from all of us at TransparencIT.#EidAlFitr #Eid #happyeid

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2 months ago

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OPEN CALL!Applications for the TransparencIT Civic Changemakers Programme are now open!We are looking for community champions solving inequality & social justice issues in Nigeria.Deadline for applications: May 31, 2021For more info and to apply visit: transparencit.com/civic-changemakers/

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2 months ago

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Happy Workers' Day!Work with integrity, work with pride.#WorkersDay #workersday2021 #1stMay

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3 months ago

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Wishing everyone celebrating Easter a joyful and blissful season.#happyeaster #easter2021 #easter #HeIsRisen

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3 months ago

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#UpcomingCorruptionCases today (31/3/2021):• Engr Babachir Lawal (Former SGF) - N544m• Mohammed Wakil (Ex-Minister of State for Power) - N148m• Faisal Abdulrasheed Maina - N58m• Stephen Oshinowo - N127m• Peiter Borremans - $330k• Olukoya Emmanuel Adeyemi - N77k

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#BREAKING The FCT High Court sitting in Apo, Abuja has sentenced former member of @HouseNGR, Farouk Lawan to 7 years imprisonment for demanding $3m bribe. The court further ordered the convict to restitute by paying back the $500k he collected from his victim. #CorruptionCase

#CorruptionCase A Federal High Court in Abuja has granted an application of Slok Nigeria Ltd seeking to challenge its retrial in N7.6bn money laundering case involving former Governor of Abia State, Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu. The case enters 5,123 days and was adjourned to 13/07/2021.

#CorruptionCase A Federal High Court in Abuja has refused the application of EFCC to amend charges in $9.7m & £74k money laundering trial involving Ex-GMD of NNPC, Dr Andrew Yakubu on the ground that it will amount to varying a subsisting judgement given by the Court of Appeal.

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The Court of Appeal Divisions in Ibadan & Lagos have voided the convictions of former Deputy Chief Registrar of Oyo State High Court, Mutiat Omobola Adio, and Dismas Alu Adoon, who was convicted alongside former Exec. Dir. of NIMASA, Calistus Obi.

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1. Ex-MD of defunct BankPHB, Francis Atuche sentenced to 6 yrs in jail alongside his co-defendant who got 4 yrs for stealing N25.7bn.

2. Sen. Peter Nwaoboshi of Delta North District was discharged & acquitted of N322m money laundering charges.

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For the launch of the updated @GlobPeaceIndex, join us for an expert round table discussion in cooperation with @ACLEDINFO on COVID-19 and insights into global trends in peace & conflict.

📅 June 17
⏰ 16:00 – 17:00 CEST
🔗 https://www.gppi.net/2021/06/07/global-peace-index-2021-launch

We strongly condemn the arrest of peaceful protesters against bad governance, insecurity & abuse of human rights.

PROTEST is a FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT of every Nigerian, and must be respected.

@NigeriaGov arrest of citizens is against the democratic values of #June12

#June12Protest

I am deeply concerned to learn that the Nigerian government has announced that it is suspending twitter. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-57363779 Many Nigerian accounts are doing great work for transparency and access to justice.
@seethrujustice @TransparencITng

#TwitterBanInNigeria is against the fundamental rights of citizens & democratic voices demanding transparency & accountability in Nigeria.

We urge the @NigeriaGov to reverse the ban and respect freedom of expression, guard civic spaces & allow free access of information.

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