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“But not to tell us what those consultants are doing, when they’re being paid between £5m and £10m, is just crazy. I just don’t understand why the government is so intent on keeping it secret.” – Meg Hillier, The chair of the public affairs committee says.
“It is better to finalise the FATF and CFT (counter financing of terrorism regimes) in the earliest time, so the Europeans have no excuse not to implement the (SPV) mechanism,” Abdolreza Faraji was quoted by semi-official ISNA new agency.
“To all the other parties involved (airlines, litigation firms, investigation firms, FBI, TSA, FAA, banks, security companies and more), we’re going to burn you down unless you begin to ‘play ball.'” – The Dark Overlord hacker group in a message that included the decryption keys.
“Lula used his international prestige to influence decisions made by Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang (Nguema) to benefit Brazilian group ARG in the African country,” the public prosecutor’s office said in a statement.
Malam Garba Shehu: “The former President and his party have nothing to say about achievements. They ruled the country for 16 years and what is their record on jobs, power, rail, seaports, airports and internal security, including the crippling disaster of terrorism?’’
Nigeria Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki on Adams Oshiomhole: “I don’t think he has any moral ground, even to continue to be in politics not to talk about being a chairman of a party. I’m sure the president, based on integrity, knows the right thing to do.”
Former president Jacob Zuma called Pravin Gordhan, then finance minister, in 2015 to try and convince him to agree to an enormously expensive deal with airplane manufacturer Airbus because his close friend Dudu Myeni wanted it.