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Senators disagree over PDP, R-APC coalition against Buhari

Some federal lawmakers have disagreed over the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) against President Muhammadu Buhari by the PDP, R-APC, and other political parties ahead of the 2019 general elections. Senator Philip Gyunka on Tuesday described the alliance as “a welcome development”. Gyunka in a chat with the News Agency of Nigeria said: […]
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Uproar as Senators, Reps seek declaration of June 12 polls results

President Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to recognise Chief Moshood Abiola’s position in the evolution of the country’s democracy rebounded in the two chambers of the National Assembly yesterday with legislators applauding his decision but questioning his procedure.
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2019: Yobe senators disagree with Gov. Gaidam over APC governorship candidate

Govt can reverse unemployment with effective policies –Ezekwesili

Two factions have emerged in All Progressives Congress (APC) in Yobe State. The factions have Abuja-Yobe politicians on one side and Governor Ibrahim Gaidam on the other. Stakeholders in the state believe that the division is as a result of the last state congress of the party in Damaturu, the state capital which witnessed disagreement […]
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SHOCKER: Buhari says age limit of senators, govs not reduced in ‘Not Too Young To Run’ law

SHOCKER: Buhari says age limit of senators, govs not reduced in ‘Not Too Young To Run’ law

The ‘Not too young to run’ bill does not affect age limit of senators and governors in the country. This was disclosed by President Muhammadu Buhari who signed the bill
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Bribe-taking: Senators, Reps charge at Jega, say it’s pot calling kettle black

Boko Haram: Red Cross seeks more blood donors

The claim by former chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Attahiru Jega, that National Assembly members were bribe takers, yesterday, cascaded into name calling with the legislators describing it as the pot calling kettle black.
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Senators, House Of Rep Members Collecting Signatures To Impeach Buhari

Senators and members of the house of representatives have started collecting signatures for the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari, sources told TheCable on Thursday. The lawmakers, who are not happy with the decision of the president to approve $496 million for the procurement of 12 Super Tucano aircraft from the US without their backing, had […]
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Go to Benue, Nigerians react to senators’ visit to Melaye

Go to Benue, Nigerians react to senators’ visit to Melaye

Temitope Omogbolagun Nigerians on social media have expressed their displeasure that senators cancelled the Wednesday plenary to visit Senator Dino Melaye at the National Hospital, Abuja. Melaye on Tuesday had escaped from police custody while being taken to Lokoja, Kogi State, and in the process sustained injuries from his scuffle with the officers. He was thereafter […] …

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