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19 May 2021
The Senate has urged the Federal Government to withhold the deployment of the 5th generation (5G) network for the time being pending when the study of the trend of its deployment across the world can be ascertained. This followed the consideration and adoption of the report of the joint Senate Committee on Communications, Science and…
31 Mar 2021
It was a day of honour, recognition and rewarding excellence for Nigerian women especially women in public service, as the flagship publication, The Guardian honoured almost 40 women over the weekend as part of activities to mark...
7 Oct 2020
The Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committees on Judiciary, Human Rights and Police Affairs to investigate alleged extrajudicial executions by officers of Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in some parts of the country.
14 Jul 2020
Nigerian Senate on Tuesday passed a bill which prescribes life jail to replace the current 10 years maximum sentence for kidnappers. A Senator representing Lagos Central Senatorial District Oluremi Tinubu proposed a review of the law against kidnapping in the country in November 2019. In the last few years, many Nigerian states have passed laws…
10 Sep 2019
The National Assembly and State Houses of Assembly Elections Petition Tribunal sitting in Ikeja yesterday dismissed the petition challenging the election of Senator Oluremi Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as winner of Lagos Central senatorial seat.
29 Jul 2019
Senator Oluremi Tinubu Monday requested for employment slots for members of her constituency from Babatunde Raji Fashola during his ministerial screening at the Senate. “Remember in your first tenure, I did not get the opportunity to get some of my constituents employed," Remi Tinubu told Fashola, who served as power, works and housing minister during…
9 Jul 2019
Elisha Abbo Tuesday appeared before a Senate committee set up to investigate his actions in viral footage where he assaulted a woman in a sex toy shop in Abuja. Oluremi Tinubu, a member of the committee, asked Abbo to swear an oath before saying anything. But he bluntly refused; saying the case was in court.…
4 Apr 2019
In spite of the popular agitation for more women participation in politics, especially by African countries, the last National Assembly election held on February 23 2019 seems not to have represented such demand.
2 Apr 2019
In the Guardian of August 14, 2018 I had written an article titled “The Amazons are coming.” In that piece I named five women who had threatened to take President Muhammadu Buhari’s job from him. They were Oluremi Sonaiya, a Professor of Linguitics who had contested for the office in 2015 and flunked. Others were…
2 Apr 2019
In the beginning, it started with Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, who was elected as the country’s second civilian president. It was the beginning of the Fourth Republic, which took off after a long period of military interregnum after the first civilian president in the second republic, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, was overthrown in a military putsch by…
19 Mar 2019
The Southwest zone of All Progressives Congress (APC) may be nursing a tall ambition, which might cause it a similar fate that deprived it of getting...
25 Feb 2019
Sen. Oluremi Tinubu on Monday expressed her readiness to consolidate and prioritise youth empowerment and social security, to further move Lagos Central and Nigeria forward.


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The dawn of November 21, 1948, as authentic records heralded some significant luminous foreboding for the family of Chief Ugwuoke and Lolo Nwakaego Dinwoke (both of blessed memory) as it marked the birth of a vibrant neonate with an uncanny destiny. As custom demanded, that child was soon named Nnadi by his paternal uncle, Ihe…
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Apart from the Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) which holds from 19th to 26th August in Lagos, Nigeria’s bustling commercial capital, perhaps the next biggest news coming from the Bar at this time is the suspension of Mrs. Joyce Oduah as the NBA General Secretary. Mrs Oduah’s suspension came days ahead…
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Mr Yakubu Lawal, Nasarawa State Commissioner of Information, Culture and Tourism that was abducted by gunmen has regained freedom.
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A man was injured and a woman was in serious condition after a shooting in a shopping centre in southern Sweden on Friday, police said.
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South Africa's largest ethnic group, the Zulus, will on Saturday crown a new king following a year of feuding over who should ascend to the throne of the country's most influential traditional monarchy.