FOR the third time within eight months, President Goodluck Jonathan has again begged members of the National Assembly to pass the Money Laundering Prohibition Bill, 2009 and the Anti-Terrorism Bill, 2009.
The two Bills have passed the first and second readings and public hearing stages.
In a presidential memo, Jonathan informed Senate President David Mark that Nigeria has “gained some positive mileage through meaningful engagement with both the Financial Action Task Forcen (FATF) and the International ...
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