The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has slammed a U.S. State Department report, criticising Nigeria's anti-corruption efforts. The report claimed that Nigeria's anti-graft war agencies were not doing enough to stop corruption and were driven by a climate of impunity and selective prosecution.
EFCC Attacks U.S. Govt Over Report Criticising Buhari Administration
Premium Times, 21 March 2019
The anti-graft agency, EFCC, has criticised the U.S. government over a report by the State Department criticising Nigeria's anti-corruption efforts. Read more »
U.S. Report On Anti-Corruption False, Misleading - Anti-Graft Agency
Vanguard, 21 March 2019
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, in Thursday, described as false and misleading the United States of America's report, which claimed that Nigeria's anti-graft war… Read more »
Ex-Senate President, Ameh Ebute, Writes Trump Over U.S. Report On Corruption, Killings in Nigeria
This Day, 21 March 2019
A former Senate President, Chief Ameh Ebute, has written the United States President, Donald Trump, over the recent report by US Department of State titled, "2018 Country Reports… Read more »
Ex-Senate President Writes Trump Over U.S. Report On Corruption, Killings in Nigeria
Guardian, 22 March 2019
Former Senate President, Ameh Ebute, has written the United States President, Donald Trump, over a recent report by US Department of State titled: 2018 Country Reports on Human… Read more »
How Widespread Impunity Is Encouraging Rights Abuses - U.S. Report
Premium Times, 22 March 2019
The failure and incapability of the Nigerian government to investigate and punish both state and non-state actors accused of human rights violations in the country has led to the… Read more »
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