Breaking: Incessant killings: Reps start probe, say we are bi-partisan

Breaking: Incessant killings: Reps start probe, say we are bi-partisan

THE ad-hoc Committee set up by the House of Representatives on Tuesday commenced investigations into the Incessant Killings in Nigeria. The post Breaking: Incessant killings: Reps start probe, say we are bi-partisan appeared first on Vanguard News. ...
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Lawmaker wants youths to bargain with `Not Too Young to Run’ bill

Lawmaker wants youths to bargain with `Not Too Young to Run’ bill

Rep. Tony Nwulu (PDP-Oshodi/Isolo Lagos) has urged youths to vote out politicians that are not in support of the `Not Too Young to Run’ bill come 2019. The post Lawmaker wants youths to bargain with `Not Too Young to Run’ bill appeared first on Vanguard Ne...
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Reps pledge improved funding to tackle human trafficking

Reps pledge improved funding to tackle human trafficking

The House of Representatives has pledged to improve funding to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) to enhance the fight against human trafficking in the country. Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Human Right...
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Reps extend committee’s time to probe stolen $17bn crude oil money

The House of Representatives Thursday added additional Six (6) weeks to enable the ad-hoc committee investigating stolen $17 billion undeclared crude oil and liquefied natural gas exports sales. The new timeline is to enable it to complete [...] The post Rep...
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Reps to probe NEMA over N17bn allocation

Reps to probe NEMA over N17bn allocation

House of Representatives, says it will probe the financial operations of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA). The post Reps to probe NEMA over N17bn allocation appeared first on Vanguard News. ...
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Reps want foreign medical treatment by public officials regulated

Reps want foreign medical treatment by public officials regulated

John Ameh, Abuja Members of the House of Representatives complained bitterly on Wednesday over the rapid decline in medical facilities and services in the country, forcing many Nigerians to seek life-saving treatment abroad. They said part of the solutions wou...
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NERFUND’s collapse: Reps summon CBN, NDIC, BoI chiefs

NERFUND’s collapse: Reps summon CBN, NDIC, BoI chiefs

Three Chief Executive Officers of financial institutions, including the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, are to appear before the House of Representatives ad hoc Committee investigating the status of the N17billion non-performing...
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Reps want discrimination against persons with disability criminalised

Reps want discrimination against persons with disability criminalised

John Ameh, Abuja The House of Representatives has proposed punishment for discrimination against persons with disability, particularly in job recruitment by the federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies. A bill before the House has sought to reserve 20 per ...
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NEXIM Bank, House of Reps reiterate commitment to resuscitate Multi-Trex

NEXIM Bank, House of Reps reiterate commitment to resuscitate Multi-Trex

The Nigerian Export Import (NEXIM) Bank and the House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency has restated plans to resuscitate the moribund Multi-Tex Integrated Plc, a cocoa manufacturing and processing company.“The Managing Director, NE...
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Reps probe $5bn under remittance by CBN

ABUJA—THE House of Representatives ad-hoc committee constituted to probe the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, for alleged under remittance of over $5 billion into the federation account began work,weekend. The post Reps probe $5bn under remittance by CBN appear...
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