How FOU Recovered Lost Funds?

By Stephen Ubanna More facts have emerged how Federal Operations Unit, FOU, Zone A, allegedly recovered over N500 million from  importers  between December, 2016 and two weeks in the month of July 2017. This has to do with blocking areas of revenue leakages in the Command, ensuring that  officials of the Revenue Department and the field officers do the right thing.  over the years, there had been accusation against  field officers, who are mostly of the Inspectors cadre  who see their names on the roaster to be on the road…

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Panic In Aso Rock….Osinbajo Goes for Hyenas and Jackals’ Jugular

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu   Following Acting President Yemi Osinbajo’s meeting with ailing President Muhammadu Buhari in London, certain elements in the administration are now apprehensive as they are no longer sure of their continued stay in office. Osinbajo has refused to disclose to Nigerians the kernel of his meeting with Buhari but multiple sources in the presidency have told this Magazine that Buhari may have given him the green light to carry out far reaching restructuring of the administration. The main target of the impending restructuring, according to one of…

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Epe Six: 49 Days of Trauma

By Oji Odu It’s now 49 days and the six kidnapped students of the Lagos Senior Model School, Igbonla, Epe, Lagos State, have not been released. It has, indeed, been 49 days of trauma for both the students and their parents, including concerned Nigerians who are now living in fear as nobody knows whose turn it may be next. Has the government failed? Has the society failed? High hopes and expectations by the parents of the kidnapped students and middlemen in the negotiation for the release of the students over…

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Ports Bill: Stakeholders Warn NA

By Bayo Bernard On April 27 the Nigerian Senate gave legal teeth to the Ports and Harbor bill, one of the bills constituting the Infrastructure Bill which the National Assembly believes will open up the country and create thousands of jobs. While the upper chamber awaits concurrence of House of Reps, events in the last few days threatens its final passage. This is so considering ongoing high wire lobby by stakeholders in the maritime sectors on lawmakers in the lower house to thoroughly scrutinize the bill. The Nigerian Ports and…

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