Month: June 2020

WHY THE NEED FOR CLEANING AND DISINFECTING PUBLIC SPACES, WORKPLACES, BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS, AND HOMES

Cleaning and disinfecting public spaces including your workplace, school, home, and business will require you to: Develop your plan Implement your plan Maintain and revise your plan Reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19 by cleaning and disinfection is an important part of reopening public spaces that will require careful planning. Everybody in Nigeria has …

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Treasury Sanctions Nigerian Cyber Actors for Targeting U.S. Businesses and Individuals

WASHINGTON – Today, in a coordinated action with the U.S. Department of Justice, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took action against six Nigerian nationals for conducting an elaborate scheme to steal over six million dollars from victims across the United States. The individuals designated today targeted U.S. businesses and …

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Governance Ethics: Any Lessons from the African Development Bank?, By Donald Amaeshi

Bribery and corruption are often perceived as a public sector issue. However, the increasing frequency of reports of cases of corporate wrongdoings shows that corruption is also endemic in the private sector. Evidence shows that corruption is not a completely neutral act. It often comes with reputation, litigation, regulatory, supply chain, and even financial risks. …

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