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Moves to derail anti-graft battle’ll fail, says Presidency 

Attempts to derail the war against corruption using subterfuge and bluff will not succeed, the Presidency said yesterday. The Presidency also praised Nigerians for rising against the chaotic rout of protesters assembled at the Unity Fountain demanding the return of President Buhari. It dismissed such demands as unlawful. Addressing members of the Center for CivilRead More

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Published By: The Nation - Thursday, 10 August

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