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The African Development Bank says Nigeria, the continent's most populous country, would see the greatest rise in poverty
Former Irish president Mary Robinson will lead a panel that will look into corruption allegations against African Development Bank chief Akinwumi Adesina
Akinwumi Adesina, who is seeking reelection as president of the African Development Bank, now faces an independent inquiry
Niale Kaba, the chair of the African Development Bank board, counters what she says was 'false' information
'I maintain my innocence with regard to trumped-up allegations that unjustly seek to impugn my honor and integrity, as well as the reputation of the African Development Bank,' says Akinwumi Adesina
(UPDATED) A letter shows United States Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin expressed 'deep reservations' about the outcome of an internal inquiry clearing African Development Bank chief Akinwumi Adesina
Whistleblowers claim the internal probe into allegations against African Development Bank president Akinwumi Adesina 'was tainted by irregularities'
The African Development Bank's ethics committee finds that the complaint against Akinwumi Adesina 'rested on no objective, solid facts'
The African Development Bank vows that 'no country will be left behind'
Akinwumi Adesina, who faces accusations of unethical conduct and preferential treatment, says the allegations against him are 'blatantly false'
According to the World Health Organization 13 268 people have been infected with Ebola across 8 countries and 4 960 of them have died