Tuesday, April 7, 2020

A day after take-off, Reps demand halt of new charges on bank transactions

The lawmakers took the resolution after adopting a motion brought under matters of urgent national importance by its spokesperson, Benjamin Kalu.

Why our members deserve brand new SUVs – Senate

Public outcry recently greeted a planned purchase of brand new SUVs for Senators which will amount to about N5.5billion.

House of Representatives resumes plenary

The Appropriation Bill for next year is expected to top the agenda of the house.

Edo Assembly: You can’t give order to Obaseki – Court cautions National Assembly

The judge said it is only the court that has the prerogative power to issue such a directive and not the National Assembly.

Tribunal sacks Melaye, Senator vows to appeal judgement

It, therefore, ordered INEC to conduct a fresh election for the senatorial district within 90 days.

Lawmakers scamper for safety as snake appears during plenary in Ondo

The snake was said to have fallen from the top roof of the chamber and disrupted plenary as legislators took to their heels for safety.

Ministerial Screening: Lawan shields Amaechi from being questioned

Lawan's submission did not go down well with Senator Danjuma Goje, who kicked against the decision of the Senate President.

Senate postpones annual recess to screen ministerial nominees

This was made known on Tuesday by the Chairman, Senate ad hoc committee on Media and Public Affairs, Senator Adedayo Adeyeye while addressing journalist after plenary.

Senate begins screening of ministerial nominees Wednesday

President Muhammadu Buhari had sent the list containing the names of those expected to form the next cabinet of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).

Akpabio, Keyamo, Saraki, others make Buhari’s ministerial list

The list was sent to the Senate on Tuesday.

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Coronavirus: Buhari approves distribution of 150 trucks of smuggled rice

The approval is said to be one of the measures by the federal government to alleviate the pains of Nigerians.

Coronavirus: 6 new cases reported, total now 238

Of the six cases discovered, Kwara and Edo has two cases respectively while Rivers and the Federal Capital Territory have one case each.

Nigeria’s Coronavirus toll rises to 232

Presently there are 232 cases out of which 33 has been discharged having tested negative to the pandemic disease while 5 deaths has been recorded.

Coronavirus: Benue records first case, total now 89

The NCDC on Saturday afternoon announced that Benue recorded its first case while the remaining seven are from Lagos State bringing the total cases to 89.