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Senate stops EFCC nominations for excluding Southeast, Southsouth

Turkish authorities ban New Year’s event in Istanbul’s Taksim square

The Senate yesterday refused to confirm four nominees picked by President Muhammadu Buhari on the ground that the south-south and south-east regions…
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Defence council: South East exclusion splits senators

Defence council: South East exclusion splits senators

Umeh urged President Buhari to reconstitute the composition of the membership of the National Defence Council and National Security Council Fred Itua, Abuja Senators were split down the middle party lines yesterday over alleged exclusion of the South from the National Defence Council. Trouble started after Senator Victor Umeh, who represents Anambra Central, sponsored a […]
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Senate primaries: Ex-Kano Deputy Governor steps down for incumbent

Alhaji Abdullahi Mohammed Gwarzo, the APC aspirant for the Kano North Senatorial District, has stepped down for the incumbent, Sen. Barau Jibrin. Gwarzo, who was the Deputy Governor of the state between 2007 and 2011 during the second tenure of the then Gov. Ibrahim Shekarau, was contesting for the seat with Sen. Jibrin before he […] …

“Declare December 31 ‘Democracy Destruction Day’ To Mark Your 1983 Coup” – Senator To Buhari

Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe (Abia-PDP), has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to declare December 31 as Democracy Destruction Day to mark the coup he led to end Nigeria’s Second Republic in 1983. He made this known to the dissent of All Progressives Congress senators on Thursday. It would be recalled that back then a Major-General, Mr Buhari […]
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