Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Details from Nigeria

It seems that the major suspect in the corruption that resulted in the discovery of $43million in an apartment.

Nigeria's Buhari suspends spy chief after $43m found in Lagos
Nigeria's foreign spy chief Ayo Oke has been suspended after anti-corruption officers found more than $43m (£34m) in a flat in the main city, Lagos, the president's office has said…

Mr Oke has not yet commented.

However, unnamed intelligence officials told local media that the money was kept in the flat for covert operations…

In a statement, his office said he had also suspended his close aide, David Babachir Lawal, pending an investigation into contracts awarded to deal with the humanitarian crisis in the north-east…

A three-member panel, led by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, will investigate both cases, Mr Buhari's office added…

The panel has been ordered to report within 14 days on who authorised the release of the money to the NIA and whether any laws or security procedures had been breached, Mr Buhari's office added…

Teaching Comparative blog entries are indexed. Use the search box to look for country names or concept labels attached to each entry.

What You Need to Know 7th edition is ready to help.


Order the book HERE
Amazon's customers gave this book a 4-star rating.








Labels: ,

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home