Whistle blowing: Oil Palm coy spends N20m

The management of Okomu Oil Palm Company in Edo, said on Sunday, that it had spent N20m on whistleblowers who saved the company from incurring losses. The company’s Managing Director, Mr Graham Hefer, said in Benin that the company had adopted whistleblowing policy for over 10 years now. Hefer said that the company adopted the…

Bank empowers women at 2017 Okpekpe Road Race

FROM BAYO AZEEZ, LAGOS – Keystone Bank plc has demonstrated its commitment to promoting women affairs at the recently concluded International OkpeKpe Road Race, holding the rein of the women empowerment segment of the sporting game. The Okpekpe Road Race, an annual 10 kilometre marathon organised by Pamodzi Sports marketing Nigeria Ltd in partnership with…

Britain set to unveil Nigerian property owners

The British Government will release information about Nigerians who own property in that country next year. Prof. Bolaji Owosanoye, Executive Secretary, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in New York that negotiations on this had reached advanced stage. Owosanoye said the measure being taken by the governments of both countries…

Magu to speak at Transparency International conference March 21

By JACOB  KUBEKA Days after the Senate rejected his nomination, Ibrahim Magu, the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC,  has been invited by two leading anti-corruption organizations, the Transparency International and Global Witness to speak at an international conference on money laundering and assets recovery. The international conference is scheduled to…