Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Keshi Might Quit Super Eagles After Sudan Match
The Super Eagles will on Wednesday in Abuja host Sudan, who are now third in the standings with three points.
And next month, they travel to second-placed Congo, who defeated them 3-2 in Calabar in September, before they welcome Group A leaders South Africa.
The Nigerian team have to win their remaining three matches and hope other results in the group go their way if they were to qualify for the biennial championship.
Group Sues CBN Over Boko Haram
A human rights group in Nigeria, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP has dragged the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to court over its failure to expose the alleged sponsors of the Islamist militant sect, Boko Haram.
The suit was filed today, Monday, 14 October, 2014, at the Federal High Court Ikoyi in line with a Freedom of Information request by SERAP to the CBN governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele dated 15 September, 2014, according to P.M NEWS report.
SERAP alleged that those financing Boko Haram insurgents are laundering money through the CBN to fund their activities.
The originating summons with suit number FHC/L/CS/1547/2014 was filed on behalf of the organization by Adetokunbo Mumuni, the report stated.
According to the suit, SERAP argued that “a necessary implication of the rule of law is that a public functionary and institution can only act in accordance with law, as to do otherwise may enthrone arbitrariness.
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“Obedience to the rule of law by all citizens but more particularly those who publicly took oath of office to protect and preserve the constitution is a desideratum to good governance.