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Ali Ndume Sent to Prison for Maina

Ali Ndume Sent to Prison for Maina

Ali Ndume, a senator representing Borno south district in the Senate is to be remanded in prison. This follows the order of a Federal High court in Abuja given on Monday. The senator had stood surety for the former Chairman of the defunct Pension Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina. Ndume, a former principal officer of the

COVID-19 Challenge: Economic Sustainability Committee, National Assembly Leadership meet

COVID-19 Challenge: Economic Sustainability Committee, National Assembly Leadership meet

The Economic Sustainability Committee, ESC, Thursday afternoon, held a virtual meeting with leadership of the National Assembly. Led by its chairman, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, senior advocate of Nigeria, SAN, members of the Committee had interaction with leadership of the National Assembly on the draft Sustainability Plan, ahead of the submission of the Plan to

Ahmed Lawan, Senate president,

Senate Approves Buhari’s N850 Billion Loan Request

President Muhammadu Buhari is seeking domestic and foreign loans to bridge the liquidity crisis caused by the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020 budget. The National Assembly resumed plenary today after a five-week COVID-19 recess and the Senate immediately approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s request for N850 billion loan to fund shortfalls in the 2020 budget. Ahmed

Xenophobic Attacks: Lawan Says Enough is Enough

Senate President, Ahmed Lawan has expressed concern over the worsening xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa, warning that enough is enough. In a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday, Lawan said Nigeria has had enough of its citizens being targets of these attacks and will no longer tolerate hate crimes in any form

Who Leads The National Assembly?

Trouble is brewing in the coming ninth National Assembly as law makers get set to assert their independence The stage is set for a battle royale for the leadership of the ninth National assembly. To avoid a repeat of what happened in the eight National Assembly where independent candidates emerged as senate president and speaker

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