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26 May 2021
GOVERNOR Kayode Fayemi has said the 1999 Constitution (as amended) did not emanate from a process of consultation and involvement with the public, nor passed through any referendum.
25 May 2021
Deputy President of the Senate, Ovie Omo-Agege, has said the 1999 Constitution is the most criticised, stressing that it is overdue for review.
23 May 2021
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has kicked against the review of the country’s Constitution currently being undertaken by the National Assembly.
20 May 2021
The Senate has announced suspension of plenary for one week, starting from Tuesday next week, to enable its members participate in zonal public hearing on constitution review that will hold across the country.
14 May 2021
Director General of Voice of Nigeria (VON), Osita Okechukwu, warned against conceding more powers to the state governors.
4 May 2021
SHUAIBU IDRIS BOKA v. THE STATE CITATION: (2021) LPELR-53213 (CA) In the Court of Appeal In the Kano Judicial Division Holden at Kano ON TUESDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY, 2021 Suit No: CA/K/619A/C/2018 Before Their Lordships: ABUBAKAR DATTI YAHAYA Justice of the Court of Appeal HABEEB ADEWALE OLUMUYIWA ABIRU Justice of the Court of Appeal AMINA AUDI…
3 May 2021
The Ado-Ekiti branch of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) insists that the 36 state governors must respect the provisions of the 1999 Constitution on the contending issue of full autonomy for the Judiciary.
8 Apr 2021
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, yesterday, stated that local government administration was getting worse in Nigeria, adding that the survival rests on divine intervention.
17 Mar 2021
Prominent Nigerian leaders have faulted the 1999 Constitution describing it as being skewed in favour of the northern region.
12 Mar 2021
Governors of the 36 states of the country have given backing for a financial autonomy for states legislators and judiciary.
11 Mar 2021
A new political movement, National Consultative Front (NCFront), has urged Nigerians to reject another general election except a new “People’s Constitution” which can guarantee biometric...
9 Mar 2021
The openness of judicial proceedings is a fundamental principle enshrined in Section 36 of the 1999 Constitution (the right to a fair trial).


Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, yesterday, hosted world, Commonwealth and African Games 100 metres hurdles champion, Oluwatobi Amusan, and named her as Ogun State Sport Ambassador.
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Stakeholders in the maritime sector have expressed divergent views on Nigeria’s adoption and implementation of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) net zero by 2050.
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On September 3, 2022, the Federal Government announced the settlement of a long-standing contractual dispute with Global Steel Holdings over the ownership and control of Ajaokuta Steel Company and Nigerian ..
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About 19 communities in Mbieri, Mbaitoli Local Council of Imo State have sent a Save our Souls (SOS) message to relevant authorities, to ensure that Fulani herdsmen are moved out of their farmlands.
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Stakeholders in the country’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector have spoken of the need for Nigerians to brace up for the disruptions occasioned by the emergence of modern technologies...