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N40bn Fraud: EFCC recovers 17 vehicles from ex-Customs boss, Dikko




Eniola Akinkuotu, (Punch) - The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has recovered 17 exotic vehicles in a warehouse allegedly belonging to a former Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Abdullahi Dikko.

 

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Buhari's lawyer gave Justice Ademola N500,000 during certificate saga - Witness




Ikechukwu Nnochiri, (Vanguard) - A lead investigator with the Department of State Service, DSS, Mr. Babatunde Adepoju, on Tuesday, revealed before an Abuja High Court at Maitama, that a lawyer that represented President Muhammadu Buhari during his certificate saga, offered N500, 000 to Justice Adeniyi Ademola who is facing corruption charges.

CBN orders major forex market overhaul as Naira depreciates further




Emeka Anaeto, (Vanguard) - The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has rolled out a new foreign exchange window to stem the tide of demand pressures which had battered the Naira in the unofficial foreign exchange market.

Late Michael Ibru's 16 children fight over estate




Staff, (Vanguard) - Sixteen children of Chief Olorogun Michael Ibru, have filed suits and counter suits over the sharing of his multi-billion naira assets. Ibru, one of Nigeria's prominent businessmen died last September. He was aged 86.

Nigerians face fresh attacks in South Africa




Staff, (Punch) - Several of them, who spoke to SUNDAY PUNCH, relived their encounter with locals who assailed them in their apartments in various parts of Pretoria with machetes, knives, metal rods and guns.

New malaria vaccine provides 100% protection in clinical trial




Staff, (Guardian) - With this discovery, Nigeria can save over 300,000 lives lost to malaria yearly and over N480 billion spent on the treatment and control of the parasite annually.

Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), Nigerian Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo's church, under alleged fraud investigation by City of London police




Staff, (Vanguard) - The largely African and Caribbean churchgoers are urged to give regular tithes and the church collected 5.8 million from them in 2015, according to the latest accounts.