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anticorruption news

October 18, 2022

U.S. slams $778 million fine on Lafarge for providing support to terrorist groups

Lafarge admitted to paying ISIS and other terrorist organisations to keep a cement plant running in Syria during the civil war.

Lafarge
October 1, 2022

EFCC nabs two siblings, 53 others in Ibadan for internet fraud

Items recovered from the suspects include eight exotic cars, laptops, phones and various electronic gadgets of different brands.

EFCC Officials used to illustrate the story. [PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian Nigeria]
October 21, 2021

Nigerian Army useless; generals now stealing weapons and selling to terrorists: Economist

The London publication also said Nigeria police has become demoralised due to poor training and endemic corruption.

Nigerian Army Headquarters. [PHOTO CREDIT: Civil Military Affairs]
July 10, 2021

New agency to handle money laundering: EU

The agency will be able to impose financial sanctions on its own in case of violations of EU rules.

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