What are our lawmakers saying about rape?
There’s one thing I have noticed about our lawmakers or let me say our politicians here in Nigeria — they’re only concerned about themselves.
Lagos speaker threatens N1b suit over fraud allegations as lawmakers back him
Lagos state lawmakers have thrown their weight behind the speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, against fraud allegations leveled against him by Sahara Reporters.
Katsina lawmakers shower Muslims with food, cash, others
National Assembly members from Katsina State have food, cash and other items to help Muslims cope with the lockdown during the Ramadan period.
Oyo lawmakers agree to 30% reduction in monthly allocations
The Oyo State House of Assembly lawmakers may have agreed to a 30 per cent reduction in their monthly allocations effective April 2020 amid the current economic challenges in the country.
Lawyer demands accountability from lawmakers
Rights activist and Lagos lawyer, Mr. Osita Enwe has given a seven day deadline to Igboeze North/Udenu Federal constituency and Enugu North senatorial district...
Enugu assembly defends speedy passage of 2020 Appropriation Bill
Mr Geoffrey Mba, the Chairman, Enugu State House of Assembly Committee on Information, has said that the speedy passage of the 2020 Appropriation Bill was meant to restore the budget system in the state.
Hate speech bill distasteful, lawmakers should be be productive, says Olanipekun
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Wole Olanipekun, has urged the upper chamber of the National Assembly not to “waste its time reworking” the Hate Speech Bill, urging its withdraw and “focus on something more productive.”
Is it now cool to kill? – An anguished letter to Nigerian lawmakers
My dear Honourables, I hope you will excuse me for distracting you from your onerous duties, but I am a current sufferer – and I am not alone - from a persistent nightmare.
Supreme Court, lawmakers order NNPC to pay N8.14b damages, refund N382.2m
Senate President Ahmad Lawan has expressed dismay that some officials of government allegedly connived with “criminals” that vandalised oil pipelines.
Scientist challenges lawmakers to unlock land assets for farmers
Professor Nazif Darma has challenged lawmakers in the ninth National Assembly to unlock the huge land assets across the country to empower small-scale farmers. He said the farmers, though sitting on convertible land wealth, are poor due to lack of titles to their land for loan procurement that would have improved their agricultural expansion.