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The 1999 constitution is why there is so much tension in Nigeria – Prof. Sagay [READ]

The Chairman of Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Itse Sagay, has made a comparison between the 1963 and 1999 Constitutions submitting that the latter was mistakenly drafted and foisted on Nigeria. Sagay, a professor of law, said agitation for devolution of power enabled each region to develop at its own pace. The constitutional lawyer said: “I think the first ...

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Group demands immediate sack of Professor Itsey Sagay for failing to declare his assets

The APC UK has weighed in on a news story concerning the chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itsey Sagay. In a press statement issued by the National Committee of Yoruba Youths (NCYY) calling on Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to sack Professor Sagay for failure to declare his assets at the Code of Conduct Bureau in ...

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National Assembly sees Nigerian national budget as its personal money to tinker with at will – Itse Sagay

National Assembly the cause for the ineffectiveness of past budgets says Itse Sagay The House of Representatives and the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), on Sunday, clashed over the power of the National Assembly to insert projects into the budget.   The acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, had, while signing the 2017 Budget ...

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Professor Itse Sagay is an irresponsible defender and happy beneficiary of APC’s regime of impunity – Wike

Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, on Sunday, December 11, 2016 lambasted the chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti- Corruption (PACAC), Itse Sagay describing him as “as a false intellectual with a broken moral compass and beneficiary of the current dictatorship of the All Progressives Congress-led government”.   The governor, in a statement issued by the state’s commissioner for ...

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