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Are Military Personnel Above The Law? (3)

 A judicial system that is unable to investigate and prosecute of­fenders or that is perceived as corrupt or influenced by politi­cal or other interests can further under­mine public trust in the system. This can contribute to a culture of impunity where individuals do not believe that they will be held accountable for their actions. This,
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Religious Sect Laundering Money For Terrorists — EFCC

 The Chairman of the Economic and Fi­nancial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ola Olukoyede, says the agency has uncovered a religious sect laundering money for ter­rorists. Olukoyede, who made the revelation at a one-day dialogue on ‘Youth, Religion, and the Fight against Corruption’, on Wednes­day in Abuja, also said N7 billion fraud proceeds were traced to another
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#AFCON2023: Moment Referee Reverses Amrabat’s Yellow Card To Straight Red

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Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories For Today (01/02/24)

Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Religious Sect Laundering Money For Terrorists — EFCC $136.73M TRAPPED FUNDSNANTA Asks Foreign Airlines To Open Cheaper Seats For Travellers Ekiti: Ooni Calls For Urgent Action On Community Policing, Condemns Ambush, Killing Of
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NANTA Asks Foreign Airlines To Open Cheaper Seats For Travellers

LAGOS – Barely 24 hours after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) cleared the $136.73 million “verified claims” of foreign airlines trapped in the country, the Na­tional Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA) has issued Febru­ary 2, 2024 deadline for airlines to open lower inventories for travel agencies in the country. Lower inventories are the
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NIN: FG Dispatches Evaluation Teams To States, Distributes Enrolment Devices

The Federal Government has sent out monitoring and evalu­ation teams across various Na­tional Identity Number (NIN) enrolment centres nationwide to ensure smooth running of enrolment and modification exercises. The Federal Government has also approved the distribution of additional enrolment systems to all the 36 states as part of steps to ease NIN enrolment challenges and
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Adamawa: Supreme Court Affirms Gov. Fintri’s Electoral Victory

…Verdict In Line With Expectation Of Nigerians — PDP  PASCHAL NJOKU; SAMUEL OGIDAN ABUJA – A five-man panel of the Supreme Court, on Wednesday, affirmed the electoral victory of Governor Ahmad Fintri of Adamawa State. Delivering judgment on the matter, the apex court panel led by Justice Inyang Okoro, held that the action of the
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Femi Otedola Emerges Chairman Of FBN Holdings

 Billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, has been appointed as the chairman of First Bank of Nigeria Holdings Plc (FBN Holdings). The announcement made public via a notification on the Nigerian Exchange, comes nearly eight months after Ot­edola’s initial appointment as a Non-Executive Director on the board. The decision to elevate Ot­edola to the position of chair­man
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AI Would Improve Productivity, Increase Employee Wellbeing – Microsoft

LAGOS – In a bid to debunk widespread myths and misconceptions about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications and how it would take over jobs, Microsoft Corporation has provided insights into how it ap­proaches AI development and ethics. Speaking during a virtual session of Microsoft Africa AI Journalists Academy, organised by the leading global vendor
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Cybersecurity Trends To Watch In 2024

The year ahead presents cyberse­curity defenders with a host of new challenges as threat actors continue to evolve their tactics, writes Zaheer Ebrahim, solutions archi­tect at Trend Micro MEA, who shares the top insights from the security spe­cialist’s latest research – and the cyber­security developments that are on his radar for the year. Last year
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