Tag: ONSA

EFCC Clears Itself of Any illegal Acitivity Says “Corruption Fighting Back”

The attention of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has been drawn to a report entitled, DSS Nabs Member of Presidential C”ttee on Arms Procurement over Alleged Fraud , which appeared at page 10 of Thisday newspaper of June 21, 2016, regarding the arrest of Air Commodore Umar Muhammed[Read More…]

“Our Son Is Offering To Refund Money, Don’t Let Him Die” – Olisa Metuh’s Family Begs Govt.

Press Statement (Being text of press statement by the family of Chief Olisa Metuh) The entire Metuh family has been following the issues regarding our son, Chief Olisa Metuh and his ordeal since his arrest, detention and arraignment by the EFCC since January this year. We are aware that the[Read More…]

Read Senator Iyiola Omisore Reaction As EFCC Declares Him ‘Wanted’

Press Releases I read the statement issued by the Econimic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) purportedly declaring me wanted as an attempt by that organisation and its leadership to tarnish my image. That statement, if indeed it was issued by the EFCC, is the height of mischief and a deliberate attempt to assassinate[Read More…]

Weapons Found in My House Belong to NSA Office – Sambo Dasuki Tells Court

The Federal High Court in Abuja today was told that the weapons found in the Asokoro residence of the former National Security Adviser, Colonel Muhammadu Sambo Dasuki retired barely 48 hours after he left Office in 2015 belong to the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA). The weapons were[Read More…]

Gov’t Recovers Over N7billion From Indicted Contractors That Benefited From ONSA Largesse, See List Of Companies, Individuals

PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE INDICTS OVER 300 ONSA CONTRACTORS, RECOVERS OVER N7 BILLION, ASKS FOR THE REFUND OF N41 BILLION, RECOMMENDS FURTHER INVESTIGATION OF CONTRACTS VALUED AT OVER N75 BILLION A committee set up to probe contracts awarded by the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) from 2011 to 2015 has[Read More…]

Sambo Dasuki Allegedly Spent €3,654,121million To Purchase Security Vehicles For Niger Republic From Arms Funds

A second round of investigation into the $2.1billion arms deals is to be commenced by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission(EFCC) tomorrow. Top of the probe agenda is how the Jonathan Administration spent €3,654,121million gathered The Nation Newspaper. to purchase security vehicles for the Republic of Niger in October 2013 and April[Read More…]

Nigerian Government Reviews Firearms Act, To Stop Weapons Proliferation

By NewsWireNGR The Federal Government, as part of its broader strategy to stop the illicit flow of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) into the country has moved to strengthen the Firearms laws in the country through the proposed amendment of the 1959 Nigerian Firearm Act and the Firearms Act[Read More…]