Mohammed Ali Ndume
COVID-19: Ndume seeks part time status for National Assembly
Former Senate majority leader, Mohammed Ali Ndume, has canvassed the immediate adoption of Part-time legislative status for the National Assembly.
Borno to get two federal institutions, roads projects in 2020.
Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume; has said that a Federal Polytechnics and College of Education; are to be established by government in Borno state.
Middle Belt Forum considers security outfit for region
The Middle Belt Forum (MBF) has weighed the formation of its own outfit to address insecurity in the region. The development came on the heels of the face-off between the Federal Government and Southwest...
Senate seeks emergency on federal roads, berates FG over insecurity
The Senate yesterday resolved to convince the Federal Government to immediately declare a state of emergency on federal roads and improve funding for the legislature.
You have senators’ endorsement, I have their votes, Ndume tells Lawan
Former Senate Majority Leader, Mohammed Ali Ndume, has dismissed as unrealistic, claims by his opponent in the race for Senate Presidency, Ahmed Lawan, of having secured the endorsement of over 60 Senators-elect.
‘PDP senators may vote Ndume for senate president’
The Senators-elect caucus of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) may have thrown its weight behind the candidature of Sen. Mohammed Ali Ndume for the election of president of the 9th Senate holding on Tuesday. A source said unlike last dispensation the PDP senators are not demanding the seat of Deputy Senate President. The All Progressives…
Ndume warns Ninth Senate, rules out visit to Aso Rock
Former Senate Leader and aspirant for the position of senate president Mohammed Ali Ndume yesterday reiterated the warning that the Ninth National Assembly could lose its independence. He also ruled out any possibility of withdrawing from the contest and dismissed speculations that he had been invited to the Aso Rock Villa for that purpose. He…
PDP yet to decide on National Assembly leadership
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday said its leadership and elected federal legislators have not taken a stand on who to support for Senate and House of Representatives leadership positions. Its position is predicated on reports suggesting that its members-elect in the House of Representatives have settled for a particular aspirant as Speaker. But in…
Senate Presidency: Campaigns thicken
With just 36 days to inauguration of the ninth National Assembly, the issue of committees’ chairmanship distribution...
Buhari silent as Lawan, Ndume claim support
Barely 55 days to the election of the next Senate President, the cloud of uncertainty over President Muhammadu Buhari’s choice remains dense. While the president has kept silent on his preferred candidate, the top contenders, Ahmed Lawan and Mohammed Ali Ndume....