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SEC Memos Prove Oteh Offered House Committee N30m – Bribery Allegation Forces Herman Hembe’s Resignation

Embattled Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Ms. Arunma Oteh and SEC management initiated and offered the House Committee on Capital Markets the sum of N30, 000, 000 as ‘sponsorship’ for the public hearing on capital markets. The documents attached below which were tendered before the House of Representatives Tuesday by Chairman…

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South Africa, Nigeria Mull Resuscitation Of Bi-National Commission

ABUJA, March 15,- South Africa and Nigeria continued their steady trudge down the path of reconciliation on Thursday when a high-powered eight-man delegation from the rainbow country paid a courtesy call on President Goodluck Jonathan at the presidential villa in Abuja, the two sides agreeing to resuscitate the moribund Nigeria-South Africa Bi-National Commission.    PRESIDENT…

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Deportation Of Nigerians: Finally, Nigeria’s Time To Stand Up To South Africa – The Saga Continues

“Tuesday’s refusal of entry to 28 South Africans is a convenient start-off point. Until the South African government offers a conscientious explanation on last weekend’s whimsical deportation of those Nigerians, all Nigerian international airports should remain unreceptive to South Africans. It is simple: evidence of non-infection with HIV/AIDS is all the airport authorities need to…

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Deportation Of Nigerians: Finally, Nigeria’s Time To Stand Up To South Africa – The Saga Continues

“Tuesday’s refusal of entry to 28 South Africans is a convenient start-off point. Until the South African government offers a conscientious explanation on last weekend’s whimsical deportation of those Nigerians, all Nigerian international airports should remain unreceptive to South Africans. It is simple: evidence of non-infection with HIV/AIDS is all the airport authorities need to…

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Deportation Of Nigerians: Finally, Nigeria’s Time To Stand Up To South Africa – The Saga Continues

“Tuesday’s refusal of entry to 28 South Africans is a convenient start-off point. Until the South African government offers a conscientious explanation on last weekend’s whimsical deportation of those Nigerians, all Nigerian international airports should remain unreceptive to South Africans. It is simple: evidence of non-infection with HIV/AIDS is all the airport authorities need to…

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