SUMMARY OF CASES HANDLED BY ANTI-CORRUPTION AND INTEGRITY FORUM (ACIF).
(1) ANTI-CORRUPTION AND INTEGRITY FORUM (ACIF) VS THE MANAGING DIRECTOR, ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION (AMCON). SUIT NO: FHU/ABJ/CS/1235/2017.
The suit was instituted by the anti-corruption and integrity forum (ACIF) in Federal High Court on 12th December, 2017 in consonance with the Freedom Of Information Act, 2011, for the failure of the defendant to release the information requested for in the letter dated 28th November, 2017 relating to the details of all funds/assets recovered by Asset Management Corporation (AMCON) from 2009. The plaintiff amongst other relief sought an order of mandamus compelling the defendant to furnish the plaintiff/application with comprehensive and detailed information of the details of all funds/assets recovered by the defendant.
(2) ANTI-CORRUPTION AND INTEGRITY FORUM (ACIF) VS THE MANAGING DIRECTOR, NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION (NNPC). SUIT NO: FHC/ABJ/CS/1235/2017.
The suit was instituted by anti-corruption and integrity forum (ACIF) against the defendant in Federal High Court, Abuja bordering on the refusal of the defendant to release the information and document requested for by the plaintiff vide their letter dated 28th November, 2017. One of the reliefs sought by the plaintiff is for one of mandamus compelling the defendant to furnish the plaintiff with comprehensive detailed information and documents in adherence to the Freedom of Information Act, 2011.
(3) ANTI-CORRUPTION AND INTEGRITY FORUM (ACIF) VS MINISTER OF STATE FOR PETROLEUM RESOURCES- SUIT NO: FHC/ABJ/CS/1235/2017.
The suit is pending on Federal High Court No 4, Abuja and the thrust of the suit is on the refusal of the defendant to supply the plaintiff with the information and documents enumerated in the plaintiff letter to the defendant dated 28th November, 2017. The plaintiff sought amongst other relief against the defendant on order to mandamus compelling the defendant to allow the plaintiff access to the information and document enumerated in the letter dated 28th November, 2017.
(4) ANTI-CORRUPTION INTEGRITY FORUM (ACIF) VS SENATOR PETER NWAOBOSH 1840RS. SUIT NO FHC/ASB/CS/11/2019.
The suit was commenced on 25th January, 2019. Vide originating summons against Senator Peter Nwaoboshi Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Attorney General and Commission for Justice, Delta State and Commission of Police, Delta State. The plaintiff sought amongst other relief a declaration that by the true interpretation of section 66(1) (g) of the 1999 constituted of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended). The 1st defendant is absolutely disqualified from contesting the 2019 Delta North senatorial District election on the ground that he is a member of the secret society named First Trigger Boys (FFB). This suit was pursued to conclusion and judgment delivered on 21ist may, 2019.
(5) REQUEST FOR INFORMATION SENT TO ALHAJI ABDULLAHI DIKKO INDE (Former Comptroller General Of Customs).
A letter was also written to Alhaji Abdullahi Dikko Inde, former comptroller General of Customs in consonance with the Freedom of Information, Act 2011, requesting him to furnish information relating to the financial activities of the Nigerian Custom during his tenure as the comptroller General of Custom
(6). LETTER WRITTEN TO DELTA STATE TENDER BOARD.
A letter dated 1st august 2017 was written by Anti-Corruption And Integrity Forum (ACIF) requesting for information on contracts awarded by the board in consonance with the Freedom Of Information Act, 2011. A matter is about to be filed in court following their failure to provide the information requested for.
(7). LETTER WRITTEN TO THE SPEACIAL ADVISER ON PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY PROGRAMME
A letter dated 19th April, 2019. Was written by Anti-Corruption And Integrity Forum (ACIF) to the co-coordinator, presidential amnesty programme requesting for details including but not limited to the contract specification, bill of quantity, contractors details, contract sum, etc. of all awarded by the office either for construction, procurement or empowerment between 28th may, 2018 and 19th of April, 2019. In consonance with the Freedom of Information Act, 2011. The matter is about to be filed in court following their failure to respond to the letter.
(8). A LETTER WRITTEN TO ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC) CONCERNING THE AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR THE EMPOWERMENT OF MILITANT UNDER THE PREDIDENTIAL AMNESTY PROGRAMME.
A letter dated 19th April, 2019 was written by Anti-Corruption Integrity Forum drawing the attention of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to the fraudulent activities of Professor Charles Quaker Dokubo who is involved in the diversion of funds meant for the training and equipping and rehabilitation of militants all over the Niger Delta region into his personal accounts. The case is still undergoing investigation