code of conduct bureau

  1. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Presidency to verify Gov. Makinde’s source of wealth – Daily Post Nigeria

    An anti-corruption agency under the Presidency, Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB), has said it will verify the N48 billion worth of assets declared by the newly inaugurated Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State. The Director, Oyo state office of CCB, Mr. Moses Atolagbe, disclosed this to reporters …...
  2. Nigeria Political News

    Politics May 29: Osinbajo submits assets declaration forms – Daily Post Nigeria

    Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has submitted his assets declaration forms to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB). His spokesman, Laolu Akande, said this in a statement Tuesday night. He said the submission was done after President Muhammadu Buhari submitted his forms. “The Senior Special...
  3. Nigeria Political News

    Politics CCB gives President Buhari, VP Osinbajo, others Tuesday deadline to submit asset declaration forms – TODAY.NG

    The Code of Conduct Bureau has said President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, governors and other public officers whose tenure ends on May 29 must submit their end-of-tenure asset declaration forms on May 28, 2019. However, other public officers, mainly members of the outgoing...
  4. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Code Of Conduct Bureau Refuses Press Access To Amaechi, Fashola’s Asset Declaration Forms – The Trent

    The Code of Conduct Bureau has refused to release copies of asset declaration forms of some prominent Nigerians more than seven days after Punch sent a letter of request to the bureau. Relying on the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2011, Saturday Punch had … Read more via The...
  5. P

    Politics Buhari Writes Senate, Seeks Confirmation Of 10 Nominees For Code of Conduct Bureau [See NAMES]

    President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday asked the Senate to confirm 10 nominees as members of the code of conduct bureau, with one of them as chairman. The senate President, Bukola Saraki read Buhari's letter during plenary. The letter reads, “In compliance with section 541 of the 1999...
  6. P

    Politics Governor Dickson Orders Bayelsa Appointees To Declare Assets

    The Governor of Bayelsa State, Mr. Seriake Dickson has ordered his appointees to declare their assets in line with the expectations of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB). Dickson, who spoke while receiving his Certificate of Verification and Clearance from a Federal Commissioner in the CCB, Chief...
  7. P

    Politics Asset Declaration: Tension As CCB Uncovers Multi-million Mansion Owned By Lawmaker

    The Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) is set to verify claims by members of the National Assembly regarding their asset declarations. A source privy to the development said that it is now the turn of the members of the National Assembly and judiciary for their assets to be verified as verification...
  8. A

    Metro Code of Conduct Bureau Throws Away N1.4billion

    Nigeria's Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB is about to let N1.4 billion go down the drain. According to PREMIUM TIMES, the CCB has abandoned its multi-billion naira headquarters building after committing N1.4 billion to the project. The abandoned headquarters complex, located on Plot 816 in the...
  9. L

    Metro Nigeria: CCB Opens up on Buratai's $1.5m Mansions in Dubai

    The Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB, has revealed details about Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai's $1.5m mansions in Dubai. According to the bureau, Buratai declared the mansions in his wife's name. "Tukar Yusuf Buratai, after his appointment as the Chief of Army Staff, declared his assets as...
  10. P

    Politics President Buhari Fails to Release Asset Documents after CCB Verification [PremiumTimes]

    President Muhammadu Buhari has yet again reneged on his promise to make specific details of his assets public, failing to release comprehensive particulars of assets he filed to the Code of Conduct Bureau, PremiumTimes gathered. It wll be recall that the president had said he would make full...
Top