Federal Government protests Mugabe’s description of Nigerians as corrupt

The Federal Government summoned yesterday the Zimbabwean Head of Chancery, Stanley Kunjeku, over remarks credited to President Robert Mugabe, which depicted Nigerians as corrupt. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Kunjeku in Abuja to protest against Mugabe’s comment. The Permanent Secretary Dr Martin Uhomoibhi, described Mugabe’s comment as “vitriolic and denigrating on Nigeria and Nigerians”.

Federal Government files 9 fresh charges against Abacha

The Federal Government, yesterday, entered fresh nine-count criminal charge against the eldest son of the late military dictator, Mohammed Abacha, following allegation that he unlawfully hid  about N446.3 billion allegedly stolen from the national treasury between 1995 and 1998. Mohammed was accused of receiving the stolen money from his late father, General Sani Abacha, and…