Showing posts with label National Assembly. Show all posts
Showing posts with label National Assembly. Show all posts

Monday, 18 September 2017

National Assembly Will Investigate Crisis In South East

Following the clash between the military and members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), I hereby call for calm and restraint by all Nigerians so that we would all jointly find the right solution to the current problem rather than worsening the crisis.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

National Assembly's August Visitors And Their Strategic Importance By Bamikole Omishore

The term ‘August Visitor' is usually used to describe the visit of a highly dignified or important person or an unexpected visitor with unusual importance and influence. And such is the only way to term the last month's visit of the delegation of United States Congressmen to Nigeria. The importance of this meeting between the US Congressmen and the Nigerian National Assembly led by the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki is one that Nigerians will not forget in a hurry.

Sunday, 10 April 2016

Missing projects: Buhari to return 2016 Budget to NASS

*Lagos-Calabar N60 billion coastal railway removed 
*Idu-Kaduna rail line cut by N8.7 billion 
*Major federal roads slashed 
*Polio eradication, essential drugs for HIV/AIDS expunged 
*Agric/water resources re-allocated to constituency projects

Friday, 28 November 2014

National Assembly Chaos: Senators Propose Arming Sergeant-At-Arms

Some members of the Nigerian senate are advocating that the sergeant-at-arms be empowered to check intruders who may invade the national assembly.

Thursday, 27 November 2014

National Assembly says Shell should pay $4 bln for 2011 oil spill

Nigeria’s National Assembly said on Wednesday oil major Shell should pay $3.96 billion for a 2011 spill at its offshore Bonga oilfield in the latest assessment of damage to the environment.

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Senate Summons Service Chiefs Over Emergency Rule Extension

The Senate on Wednesday summoned service chiefs to the National Assembly over the request by President Goodluck Jonathan for extension of emergency rule in Borno, Yobe, and Adamawa states.

Pandemonium in National Assembly as Police, SSS shut out Tambuwal

The National Assembly complex is currently witnessing pandemonium as men of the Nigeria Police and the Department of State Security Service, this morning stopped the Speaker of the House of Representatives from entering the Assembly Complex.

PHOTO: Lawmakers Scaling The NASS Gate To Gain Entry Into Complex

House Members Scaling The NASS Iron Gate To Make Way For Tambuwal, Who Was Denied Entry Into The Complex.