Tuesday, 25th January 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

National Assembly

18 Jul 2016
Members of the state Houses of Assembly in the South-East and South-South geo-political zones of the country at a joint session at the weekend have passed a motion rejecting ...
16 Jul 2016
The House of Representatives has faulted notions held in certain quarters that the moves to grant immunity to presiding officers of the National Assembly (NASS) is aimed at stalling the anti-graft war.
15 Jul 2016
Sir: Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) strongly condemns as self-serving and despicable the demand by some senators for immunity and life pension for presiding officers ...
15 Jul 2016
The definition of waste varies depending on the perspective that a writer chooses. However, for ease of reference, waste can be described as an “end”, an unused product of a useful element.
14 Jul 2016
As the two chambers of the National Assembly intensify efforts to subject the Constitution to another round of amendment, they have come under pressure to consider popular requests and agitation for the restructuring of the Nigerian nation.
13 Jul 2016
Nigerians must ensure that the obnoxious proposal by some senators, demanding immunity and life pension for presiding officers of the National Assembly after their tenure of office, does not see the light of day.
12 Jul 2016
Civil society organizations (CSOs) and the media have been advised to be less adversarial in their engagement with the National Assembly as a way of bringing about positive ...
7 Jul 2016
The controversy on whether the current trial of the leadership of the upper chamber over allegations of forgery of the Senate rules, has continued to exacerbate the political crisis rocking Nigeria’s 8th National Assembly.
4 Jul 2016
The lingering faceoff between the Presidency and the Senate over the alleged forgery of Senate rules when the 8th National Assembly was proclaimed has elicited grave concern among discerning Nigerians.
4 Jul 2016
Our concept of budgeting is zero budgeting where we only appropriate money for key projects that the government considers important for implementation of its key policies.
3 Jul 2016
The Senate has stated that it has been vindicated by the Thursday ruling of a Federal High Court in Abuja presided over by Justice Gabriel Kolawole which described the forgery case filed against its presiding officers as an abuse of court process and a decision taken against public interest.
1 Jul 2016
Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Ita Enang, said he was not a witness in the ongoing forgery case against some members of the Senate.

Latest

10 mins ago
Cardi B was awarded $1.25 million in her defamation case against celebrity blogger Latasha Kebe (Tasha K) on Monday. The jury awarded the Bodak Yellow singer $1.25million in damages after a trial in federal court in Georgia. Speaking to Rolling Stone, a courtroom observer revealed that the Grammy-award winning star was present when the verdict was read.…
42 mins ago
Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera on Monday sacked his entire cabinet over graft concerns, vowing to "confront all forms of lawless conduct by public officials". "I have dissolved my entire cabinet effective immediately, and all the functions of cabinet revert to my office until I announce a reconfigured cabinet in two days," Chakwera said in a…
59 mins ago
Gospel singer Sammie Okposo has publicly admitted to cheating on his wife and issued a public apology in that regard. The 51-year old singer taking to Instagram admitted to cheating on his wife Ozioma during his trip to the United States. The Wellu Wellu singer in his statement revealed that he had entered into an intimate…
1 hour ago
Russia on Tuesday added jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to a list of "terrorists and extremists", as authorities continue a clampdown on the opposition. Navalny and several of his allies, including key aide Lyubov Sobol, appeared Tuesday on a database of banned individuals compiled by the Federal Service for Financial Monitoring (Rosfinmonitoring). According to Navalny's…
1 hour ago
Three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating the civil rights of George Floyd chose to do nothing as the 46-year-old Black man suffered a "slow and agonizing death," a prosecutor said Monday. The men are on trial for their roles in the May 2020 death of Floyd, whose fatal arrest was filmed by a…