NewsOne Featured Video

(NIGERIA-Talking Points Memo)

Halliburton will pay Nigeria $35 Million to settle a bribery dispute with its former CEO, Dick Cheney, the ex-Vice President of The United States Of America. Talking Points Memo reports:

US oil services group Halliburton agreed to pay Nigeria 35 million dollars to settle a bribery dispute which led to charges being filed against former US vice president Dick Cheney, it said Tuesday.

Nigeria had on December 7 filed an indictment against nine people and entities, including Cheney, who was head of Halliburton before becoming vice president after 2000 elections.

Read The Whole Story


Nigeria Will Charge Dick Cheney In Halliburton Bribery Case

Is Dick Cheney’s Halliburton Responsible For BP Oil Spill?