More than a dozen naval patrol Hilux pickups barricaded adjoining streets, isolating the Otop Abasi police station in Calabar, the Cross Rivers State capital on May 30, 2017. As residents scampered for safety under a barrage of gunfire, one woman, her husband a police officer, crouched on the floor of their police barracks home and […]
First Bank Nigeria Limited has finally paid terminal benefits to the over 300 core staff affected by its controversial job cut in August 2017, the NEXT EDITION can authoritatively report. Already, the accounts of the disengaged core staff have been credited with funds suspected to be severance payment. However, nothing has been paid to the […]
In the past two years, the SSS has rebuffed all efforts by Jones’ family, lawyers, journalists and civil society actors to get any information on him. In tears, 80-year-old Mama Abiri undressed. Before strangers, family, and friends alike, Mama clasped her frail breasts, and cried inconsolably, naked. With emotions only a mother could express, Mama […]
We felt they were mocking us by covering the real killer and bringing an innocent person to show to the public.
The action of the president shows he is indeed not fighting corruption but promoting it and such action should be seriously condemned.
INVESTIGATION: Buhari Govt Violates Federal Law, Illegally Spends over N84 billion Health Insurance Funds
The illegal practice started in 2015 with the government’s introduction of the Treasury Single Account (TSA), a common pool of all government funds.
In multiple cases, Mr. Yusuf paid himself or other NHIS staffers to attend events already underwritten by sponsors
Two senior staff, Nana Mustapha and Akingbade Olufemi, whose names appeared in two separate training vouchers in the sum of N35 million and N21 million respectively, said they had no idea of the vouchers being raised in their names
Some of the affected staff, who are not happy with the paltry amounts being given to them, have vowed to expose the underhand deals done by the bank.
Insiders say the FBN and its subsidiary, In-Sourcing Limited, might have colluded with Whyte Cleon to run a clandestine HR syndicate using topnotch officials of the bank.