AMCON’s amendment bill almost ready – House of Reps

Photo Caption: R-L: Chairman of House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency, Hon. Sir Jones Chukwudi Onyereri; Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), Mr. Ahmed Lawan Kuru and Vice Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency, Hon. Salisu Ningi when the committee visited AMCON as part of its oversight function on AMCON in…Abuja on Tuesday The Chairman of House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency, Hon. Sir Jones Chukwudi Onyereri has said the House of Representatives of the Federal Republic of…

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Sirika pledges collaboration with IFATCA towards enhancing safety

The federal government of Nigeria has pledged to collaborate with relevant stakeholders in the aviation industry in a bid to ensure the continuous safety and seamlessness of air navigation in the country.  The Minister of State, Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika who made these remarks Monday while declaring open the 29th International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers Association (IFATCA) Africa and Middle East Regional Meeting at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja said government was prepared to partner with the international body of air traffic controllers in a bid to ensure safe skies both…

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Court remands house help for attempt to steal boss $67.600,000

A 36 years old house help, John Magbeiti, was today, November 6 ordered to be remanded in prison custody, till November 11, by an Igbosere Chief Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, for attempt to steal the sum of $67.600, 000 from his Chinese boss, Wuse Williams. The court presided over by Magistrate, Y. O. Aro-Lambo, after he pleaded guilty to two counts charge of attempt to steal by demanding for the said sum with menace and given false information against his boss to the police. Arraigning the maid on Tuesday, lawyer to…

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N2.2bn fraud: Court fixes Nov. 12 for  hearing of final forfeiture suit against Amosu                               

A Federal High Court, Lagos, Tuesday, fixed November 12, to hear a motion, seeking final forfeiture to the federal government, of the sum of N2.2 billion recovered from a former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu. Justice Mojisola Olatoregun had issued an interim order of forfeiture of the sum on June 14, following an exparte motion filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Joined as respondents in the suit are Amosu, and a company, Solomon Enterprises Limited. The EFCC had argued that the sums were reasonably…

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