24September2017

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Corruption on fiery rampage, holds Nigeria hostage

Corruption has steadily grown over the years, into a hydra-headed monster on a fiery rampage, now holding our nation hostage.

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How to sniff out a fake degree

In the United States, Laura Callahan worked her way up to deputy chief information officer of Homeland Security before she was exposed as a serial fake-degree shopper in June 2003.

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World Bank Blacklists 65 Indonesian Companies

The World Bank has blacklisted 65 Indonesian companies for alleged corruption misusing its aid funds for Indonesia, a bank official said.

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Graft inquiry may lead to early Blair resignation

Pime Minister Tony Blair could resign early if charges are brought against a senior aide involved in Britain's most serious political corruption inquiry in more than half a century.

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Niger-Delta gov in N200b fraud

A monumental fraud involving a whopping sum of about N200billion is presently rocking one of the states in the Niger-Delta region of the country

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Organisational culture breeds corruption

The head lawyer at the oil-for-food inquiry says the culture of an organisation can make a person corrupt.

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TI urges IMF/World Bank to assess risks...

Transparency International, a Berlin-based corruption watchdog, has called on the IMF and World Bank to fully assess the risks before giving money to countries.

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Britain issues World Bank £50m ultimatum!

Britain will withhold £50m of funding for the World Bank unless the Washington-based institution stops forcing poor countries to liberalise markets and sell off public services, Hilary Benn, the international development secretary, said last night.

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