(August 21, 2002) President Yoweri Museveni has questioned Richard Kaijuka about the suspected $10,000 deposited on his account allegedly as a bribe when he was energy minister.
(August 21, 2002) With the Prevention of Corruption Bill, a powerful instrument could be added to our democracy’s anticorruption arsenal.
(August 21, 2002) The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says amendment of the corrupt practices act by the Law Commission will help the Bureau in the smooth running of its operations.
(August 20, 2002) The Federal Government has warned chairmen of its boards of parastatals to shun corrupt activities.
(August 20, 2002) The tough new provisions to combat corruption contained in the Prevention of Corruption Bill could be broadened still further to include purely private sector practices as criminal activity.
(August 20, 2002) This week a group of alleged fraudsters will appear in court on charges of running a scam backed by extensive online resources.
(August 17, 2002) President Olusegun Obasanjo has challenged members of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) to assist the federal government in curbing corruption.
(August 15, 2002) Transparency International senior advisor Augustine Ruzindana has urged government to institute sustainable ways of punishing corrupt officials.
(August 14, 2002) President Obasanjo yesterday ordered special anti-corruption audits of key government departments and institutions.
(August 13, 2002) The Nigerian youth have been told to reject at all cost any politician that would be compromised by corruption, dishonesty and sectionalism.
(August 13, 2002) Imo State government has advised corrupt judicial officers, as well as those the administration called “politicians who masquerade as judicial officers,” to honourably resign or be prepared to face the consequences.
(August 13, 2002) Nigerian economists have identified corruption and lack of investment-driven poverty reduction strategy as major causes of poverty that is bedevilling African countries.
(August 13, 2002) The Lusaka High Court yesterday ruled that Chiluba’s Institute for Democratic and Industrial Relations Studies should be repossessed by the government.
(August 13, 2002) Pastor Mike Ohiorenoya, Church Of God Mission International Incorporated, Oshodi Province, has called on Nigerians to intensify prayers against corruption in the country.
(August 12, 2002) An exiled Swaziland political organisation has condemned the purchase of a R450-million private jet by King Mswati III, labelling the transaction as theft of public funds and calling on international donors to cut any funds directed to the monarch.