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    Metro Breaking: Court convicts Maina of stealing N2bn belonging to pensioners - PM News
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    Metro My leg may be amputated if not granted bail, Maina tells court - Vanguard Newspaper
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    Metro Maina’s Son Has Fled To U.S.A, EFCC’s Lawyer Tells Court - Channels Tv
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    Metro Breaking: Maina goes the way of the noble, slumps in court - Vanguard Newspaper
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    Metro Maina to remain in prison until end of trial - The Cable
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    Metro Maina extradited to Nigeria after arrest in Niger Republic - The Cable
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    Politics Maina: Court grants bail to Ndume - Punch Newspaper
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    Metro Court orders arrest of Maina’s son, Faisal - Linda Ikejis Blog
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    Metro Maina: Court orders Ndume’s remand till sale of N500m bail guaranty property - Punch Newspaper
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    Metro Court Issues Warrant Of Arrest On Maina - Channels Tv
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    Metro ‘I need six weeks to recover before attending trial’ — Maina speaks from hospital bed - The Cable
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    Politics Reps c’ttee may issue warrant of arrest against Maina, others – Vanguard News

    Adhoc Committee of the House of Representatives investigating the activities of presidential task force on pensions reforms from 2010 to the time of its dissolution and any other successor agency, has threatened to issue a warrant of arrest on Abdulrasheed Maina and others should they …...
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    Politics The Big 5: Reps summon Okonjo-Iweala, Malami, Maina, others over pensions fraud; Donald...

    These are the stories you should be monitoring today. President Muhammadu Buhari vowed that the abduction of schoolgirls and the kind of attack on Rann in which humanitarian workers were killed by suspected Boko Haram insurgents would not be allowed to recur. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo...
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    Politics Looters after me for recovering N2.1 trn, says Maina – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper –...

    Abdulrasheed Maina The embattled former chairman of Pension Reform Task, Mr. Abdulrasheed Maina, yesterday, raised alarm that scared looters were bent on seeing him crucified, as a result of exposing and recovering N2.1Trn stolen pension fund. He made this known in a statement issued … Read...
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    Politics 115 days later, Buhari fails to act on Head of Service report on Maina – Premium Times Nigeria

    Nearly four months after he received a detailed report on how Abdulrasheed Maina was readmitted into the civil service, President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to take a definitive position on the controversial matter. The president’s critics said he is dithering on the report with th Read...
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    Politics Malami gives condition for recalling Maina – Daily Post Nigeria

    Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami, has said that if public interest demanded that Abdulrasheed Maina be brought back in the interest of fighting corruption, he would “definitely” do it. Maina, former chairman of the presidential task force on pension reforms, was recalled...
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    Politics Black Christmas For Maina As Assassins Storm His Family House In Kaduna

    Barely five days after some haggard looking men suspected to be hired assassins invaded the home of the embattled former Chairman of the Presidential Taskforce Team on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina in Abuja, brandishing sophisticated weapons and harassing his family members, his family...
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    Metro Maina Criticizes Presidency In New Interview, Warns Of Bigger Thieves Around Buhari

    Abdulrasheed Maina, embattled former Chairman of defunct Pension Reform Task Force Team, PRTT, has alleged that bigger names involved in the looting of public funds are in the Presidency with President Muhammadu Buhari. Maina, who made the allegation also maintained that the anti-corruption...
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    Pension Fraud: EFCC Denies Plot To Arrest Maina – The Nation Nigeria

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Thursday denied issuing a bench warrant for the arrest of a former Chairman of the Presidential Pension Reform Task Force (PRTT), Dr. AbdulRasheed Maina. The EFCC in an affidavit deposed to by one of its officials, Yunisa Musa, described as...