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Dino Melaye stops bill to establish Institute of Fraud Examiners

Nigerian Senate on Wednesday raised a motion stopping the bill that seeks to establish the Chartered Institute of Fraud Examiners.

Nigerian Senate on Wednesday raised a motion stopping the bill that seeks to establish the Chartered Institute of Fraud Examiners.


The Bill was sponsored by Senator Foster Ogola.

Senator Dino Melaye, while speaking against the Bill said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has a forensic department for the same purpose.

He said the department also involves Chartered Institute for training in gaining forensic experience.

Based on the considerations, Senator Olusola Adeyeye appealed to Senator Ogola to withdraw the Bill to establish the Chartered Institute of Fraud Examiners.

Senator Foster Ogola moved the Motion for the withdrawal of the Bill and was seconded by Senator Godswill Akpabio.

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  1. This is a comment by area fada aka charly boy..."It's time to formulate our kind of democracy, because the Oyibo way no go work with us especially with these criminals. Let the people decide if we should scrap the Senate or drastically tone it down to a more manageable level."...I wish to say that area fada is absolutely right...also I second this proposal and urge other Nigerians to think outside the international box given our peculiar nature as a prople.

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  2. Dino Melaye. Posterity will never ever be kind to u. U are a disgrace..

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    1. Did u really read the news before commenting? Or are u one of those block heads taking nonsense all the time?

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  3. We should not always comment on issues just because we can talk or can type in anonymity.
    There are issues on which people's comment will get you wondering, this is not about education this time, is about morals, understanding of the goings in the country, reasoning ability and intellectual capacity.
    What does it mean to you when government create various offices with different names but similar responsibility. There is need to cut cost in governance, then someone stop a bill to increase cost and another person here is calling names and at the same time raising all manner of condemnations, haba! We should be smarter than this. Let's learn to attack issues on there pros and cons, no attacking personalities. Honestly, issues of Nigerian politics, you and I may not do better if placed in that position.

    That's my take.

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