National Assembly mulls laws on development of grids
The National Assembly (NASS), has disclosed that it is working towards making laws that will aid the development of main and mini-grids to boost electricity supply in the country.
Quality representation is possible in Idemili
It is fair to argue that his stay in the National Assembly was quite momentous. In less than five months he had sponsored motions that touched on the economic life of Nigerians and made an effort to drive them.
Why National Assembly, PMB must watch Nigeria’s debt profile
In December 1983, Major General Muhammadu Buhari toppled a democratically elected government through a military coup by saying that the civilian government he overthrew
Benue caucus in National Assembly condemns Akume’s ‘derogatory’ utterances against Tor Tiv
The Benue State Caucus in the National Assembly has condemned in strong terms the derogatory and regrettable utterances made by the Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs
A curious cabal in government
In apparent confirmation of the fears expressed at different levels and fora by Nigerians, the presidency has at last confirmed that the Buhari administration is curiously run with the assistance of a cabal.
Budget renovation of shame
The recent budget insertion of thirty-seven billion naira by the National Assembly for its renovation is extremely insensitive and cruel, to say the least.
Government as awoof restaurant
Mr. Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister did not feel a sense of shame or of the miniaturisation of his high office when he travelled last week to the Caribbeans on an economy seat of British Airways
Disquiet as debts, low revenue usher Nigeria into new year
A Financial blow stares Nigeria in the face in 2020. No thanks to the sombre mix of an $83 billion debt; rising recurrent expenditure; increased cost of debt servicing; sustained fall in revenue; and about $22 billion debt plan waiting for legislative approval.