Mr. Bankole was this morning engaged in a tense stand-off at with officials of the EFCC at his home in Abuja as he refused arrest to answer money-laundering allegations.Â Â Mr. Bankole had planned to leave for the United Kingdom on a 7a.m. flight, part of his scheme to maintain his freedom, but the EFCC investigators foiled that effort as they arrived at his official home at Apo quarters in Abuja bright and early.
To break the siege of the EFCC the Inspector general of Police, Hafiz Ringim went to see bankole at his home and called off the EFCC operatives who had laid waiting to arrest him.
Dimeji Bankole later issued a statement promising To â€˜Honour EFCC Invitationâ€™ On Monday |
God is a God of integrity. He can never lie. I tell people always that even if God tries to lie, he cannot lie. It is not His nature. The one that lies is Satan. The bible calls Satan the father of all liars (John 8:44). Since Satan is the father of all liars, it […]
By Reno Omokri On Tuesday the 27th of January, in Lafia, Nasarawa state, President Jonathan said “we are building a country for a digital generation”. Let us ponder on that for a second. That statement rings true, as I cannot imagine any truly patriotic Nigerian that will want Nigeria to remain in an analogue state. […]
Opinion polls commissioned by ANAP Foundation and conducted by NOI Polls (using Gallup methodology) show that President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ) and his main challenger, Major-General Mohammadu Buhari (Buhari) are currently running neck-to-neck in the 2015 Presidential race. The difference between them in terms of potential votes nation wide is statistically insignificant because it is […]
By Clem Aguiyi Buhari is a man of integrity when compared to the very worst of us that were like him our past leaders. I also believe in his strong stand against indiscipline and corruption which is our bane, hence his promise to knock common sense into the animals called politicians in Nigeria resonates well […]
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BEIRUT — Al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen expanded Wednesday on its claim of responsibility for last week’s massacre at the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, calling it a “blessed battle of Paris” carried out as revenge for publishing images of the prophet Muhammad. The 11-minute video, posted on the Web, coincided with the publication of the […]