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Businessman hits hard at Keyamo in court for accepting Buhari's appointment

Businessman hits hard at Keyamo in court for accepting Buhari's appointment

Businessman hits hard at Keyamo in court for accepting Buhari's appointment
You can't end my political career - Ararume replies Governor Okorocha

You can't end my political career - Ararume replies Governor Okorocha

Senator Ifeanyi Araraume has said that his political future is only in the hands of God, not Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state. The senator advised the governor to get involved to useful project for the people of Imo.

You can't end my political career - Ararume replies Governor Okorocha
Why Buhari, Tinubu are dominant actors in APC - Senator Arise

Why Buhari, Tinubu are dominant actors in APC - Senator Arise

Ekiti governorship aspirant, Senator Ayo Arise, has said President Muhammadu Buhari and national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Ahmed Bola Tinubu, are the contending camps in the party’s primary slated for May 5.

Why Buhari, Tinubu are dominant actors in APC - Senator Arise
2019: Buhari supporters stage solidarity walk in London for president's re-election bid (photos)

2019: Buhari supporters stage solidarity walk in London for president's re-election bid (photos)

Some pro-Buhari protesters on Thursday, April 19 staged a solidarity walk in London for the president's re-election bid. The protesters displayed their support for President Muhammadu Buhari's second term in office come 2019.

2019: Buhari supporters stage solidarity walk in London for president's re-election bid (photos)
How can President Buhari describe Nigerian youths as lazy? - PDP reacts

How can President Buhari describe Nigerian youths as lazy? - PDP reacts

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that Nigerian youths, by their demonstrated industry, cannot in any way be described as lazy. The party stated this in a statement by its national publicity secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan.

How can President Buhari describe Nigerian youths as lazy? - PDP reacts
2019: CSO raises alarm, says political parties not involved in voters' register cleanup

2019: CSO raises alarm, says political parties not involved in voters' register cleanup

An election observer group, the Independent Service Delivery Monitoring Group (ISDMG) has faulted the failure of political parties in the country to participate in the process of cleaning up of voters register since 2011.

2019: CSO raises alarm, says political parties not involved in voters' register cleanup
Nigeria needs leaders, not rulers - Christian leaders react to stealing of mace at the Senate

Nigeria needs leaders, not rulers - Christian leaders react to stealing of mace at the Senate

The United Christian Leaders Eagle Eyes Forum has asked Nigerians, irrespective of religious, ethnic and political inclinations to help rescue the country from politicians and political office holders who do not mean well for it.

Nigeria needs leaders, not rulers - Christian leaders react to stealing of mace at the Senate
IMT: Enugu government approves N810 million for upgrade of infrastructure

IMT: Enugu government approves N810 million for upgrade of infrastructure

The Chairman of the IMT Governing Council, Mrs. Ifeoma Nwobodo, stated that the approval of the funds was given to address the neglect and dilapidation of infrastructure in the institution for the past 45 years.

IMT: Enugu government approves N810 million for upgrade of infrastructure
Niger Delta ex-militants withdraw support for President Buhari ahead of 2019

Niger Delta ex-militants withdraw support for President Buhari ahead of 2019

National Assembly of Ex-militants have frowned at the declaration of interest President Muhammadu Buhari to run for second term in office, saying Nigerians could not afford another four years of poverty ridden administration.

Niger Delta ex-militants withdraw support for President Buhari ahead of 2019
2019: Why we can’t defeat APC on our own - PDP gives reasons

2019: Why we can’t defeat APC on our own - PDP gives reasons

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has admitted that it cannot defeat the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) on its own and sad it would need the help and support of other opposition party to do so ahead of 2019.

2019: Why we can’t defeat APC on our own - PDP gives reasons
Ebonyi government declares April 20 public holiday for voter’s card registration

Ebonyi government declares April 20 public holiday for voter’s card registration

The government of Ebonyi state has declared Friday, April 20, work- free day to enable civil servants register and collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) in the ongoing continuous voter registration ahead of 2019.

Ebonyi government declares April 20 public holiday for voter’s card registration
2019: Youth groups visit Osinbajo, seek presidential nod to age reduction bill

2019: Youth groups visit Osinbajo, seek presidential nod to age reduction bill

The Not Too Young To Run movement paid a courtesy visit to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo today, Thursday, April 19.The visit is in line with the movement's consistent advocacy to ensure that the age reduction bill is passed.

2019: Youth groups visit Osinbajo, seek presidential nod to age reduction bill
2019: There's no place in the constitution that says an in-law cannot be governor - Okorocha

2019: There's no place in the constitution that says an in-law cannot be governor - Okorocha

Gov Rochas Okorocha of Imo state on Thursday, April 19, said the constitution qualifies his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, to be the next governor of the state, adding that he was aware of the political gang up by members of his party.

2019: There's no place in the constitution that says an in-law cannot be governor - Okorocha
Senate closes ranks following theft of mace, holds secret meeting

Senate closes ranks following theft of mace, holds secret meeting

The Senate carried out a closed session on Thursday, April 19, following the invasion of the chambers and theft of the mace on Wednesday, April 18. The day’s proceedings began with an executive session at 11:07am.

Senate closes ranks following theft of mace, holds secret meeting
Mace theft: Nigeria embarrassed in front of visiting Ghanaian lawmakers; Gbajabiamila tenders apology

Mace theft: Nigeria embarrassed in front of visiting Ghanaian lawmakers; Gbajabiamila tenders apology

Ghanaian lawmakers were on a visit to the National Assembly when the upper legislative chamber was invaded by hoodlums who stole the mace. The Ghanaians reportedly watched on in amazement as the incident unfolded.

Mace theft: Nigeria embarrassed in front of visiting Ghanaian lawmakers; Gbajabiamila tenders apology
Imo state governor Okorocha releases N1bn for Mbaitoli road construction

Imo state governor Okorocha releases N1bn for Mbaitoli road construction

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo on Wednesday, April 18, said he has released one billion naira for road construction in Mbaitoli local government area of the state. He said the money was released to a seven-man special committee.

Imo state governor Okorocha releases N1bn for Mbaitoli road construction
APC, PDP bicker over attacks on supporters in Bayelsa

APC, PDP bicker over attacks on supporters in Bayelsa

The All Progressives Congress (APC) leadership and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Twon Brass, Brass local government area, Bayelsa state, are at each other’s throat over alleged violent confrontation between their supporters

APC, PDP bicker over attacks on supporters in Bayelsa
Senate invasion: Ex senator outlines difference between Okadigbo, Omo-Agege incidents; says mace was simply ‘taken’ in 2000, not ‘stolen’

Senate invasion: Ex senator outlines difference between Okadigbo, Omo-Agege incidents; says mace was simply ‘taken’ in 2000, not ‘stolen’

Senator Joseph Waku, a former lawmaker, has stated that unlike the recent mace theft involving Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, former Senate President Chuba Okadigbo did not steal the red chamber’s symbol of authority.

Senate invasion: Ex senator outlines difference between Okadigbo, Omo-Agege incidents; says mace was simply ‘taken’ in 2000, not ‘stolen’
2018 governorship election: Why I'm offering to stay away from Ekiti primaries - Fayose

2018 governorship election: Why I'm offering to stay away from Ekiti primaries - Fayose

Governor Ayodele Fayose has promised to stay away from the Peoples Democratic Party governorship primaries of Ekiti state slated for May 8, so as to avoid making other contestants uncomfortable or intimidated by his presence.

2018 governorship election: Why I'm offering to stay away from Ekiti primaries - Fayose
Senate's invasion is treasonable, an attempted coup d'etat - Kaduna lawmaker

Senate's invasion is treasonable, an attempted coup d'etat - Kaduna lawmaker

Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central, has described the invasion of the Senate chamber on Wednesday, April 18, by suspected hoodlums as an attempted coup d’état. The lawmaker added that the act is treasonable.

Senate's invasion is treasonable, an attempted coup d'etat - Kaduna lawmaker
PDP governor blasts federal government, says looters list childish

PDP governor blasts federal government, says looters list childish

The governor who reiterated his belief in the existence of two dominant parties in the country, however regretted that the ruling APC is grossly fragmented, a development he noted has made the party disorganized.

PDP governor blasts federal government, says looters list childish
CSOs accuse politicians of undermining Nigeria's internal security

CSOs accuse politicians of undermining Nigeria's internal security

The civil society organisations which are 22 in number and under the aegis of Coalition for Good Governance and Change Initiative (CGGCI) accused some politicians in the country of benefiting from the insecurity in Nigeria.

CSOs accuse politicians of undermining Nigeria's internal security
Breaking: APC finally releases timetable for National Convention, Congresses (see dates)

Breaking: APC finally releases timetable for National Convention, Congresses (see dates)

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has released a time table for its National Convention and Congresses. The timetable was released by the party’s national organizing secretary, Osita Izunaso, on Wednesday, April 18.

Breaking: APC finally releases timetable for National Convention, Congresses (see dates)
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