Federal House of Representatives
Reps minority caucus rejects rise in price
The minority caucus in the House of Representatives has rejected the increase in the pump price of fuel from N148 to N151. 56 announced by the Petroleum Product Marketing Company (PPMC) on Wednesday.
774, 000 Jobs: Reps Minority Caucus accuses APC of high jacking slots
The Minority Caucus in the House of Representatives yesterday accused chieftains of the All progressive Congress (APC) of high jacking the 774 public jobs scheme to themselves.
Reps rue lose of N72 billion NIS revenue to technical partners
The House of Representatives Committee on Finance is at pains that a whopping N72billion of over N80billion generated from the issuance of international passports and other services by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) is lost to foreign and other technical partners of the Nigerian Immigration Service.
Drama as Reps, Amaechi disagree over alleged $33 billion contract award on rail projects transportation
There was a mild drama yesterday as the Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi vehemently disagreed with the Chairman of the House of Representatives committee on Loans, Treaties and Protocols, Mr Ossai Nicholas Ossai allegedly on the award of contracts for the construction of railways to the tune of $33 billion.
Reps spokesman to Akpabio: make public your claims
The spokesman for the House of Representatives, Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia) has alleged that the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Sen. Godswill Akpabio, has not proved his allegations against members of the parliament.
Reps begin power sector gridlocks investigations
The House of Representatives on Wednesday began investigations into activities of the power sector with a view to repositioning the sector for better service delivery.
Reps commence hearing on infectious diseases bill, bar journalists from coverage of proceedings
The long-awaited public hearing on the controversial infectious diseases Bill has commenced in the House of Representatives.
Reps ask IGP Adamu to set free 1000 workers allegedly detained in a Chinese firm
The House of Representatives has directed the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu set free over one thousand workers detained in Youngxing Steel Company in Edo state.
Gbajabiamila says estimated billing remains 'a no, no'
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila insist that the issue of estimated billing system "remains a no, no," and that whatever needed to be done to address the issue must be carried out.