Senate condemns security breaches in Kogi, Bayelsa governorship polls
The Senate yesterday condemned the violence that rocked the November 16,2019 governorship elections in Kogi And Bayelsa states.
My government won’t take loan to finance projects, says Ihedioha
Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State has promised to ensure that under his watch, the Land of Hope did not take loan to finance any project.
16 lawmakers pass vote of confidence in Dickson amid defection rumours
Moved by defection rumours of some members of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly to the All Progressives Congress (APC), 16 of the 24 members yesterday passed a vote of confidence on Governor Seriake Dickson.
‘Nigeria’s security architecture made state governors puppets’
There was a point in the history of this country; if you recall in 1983, I think December 31; when the military took over power. There was wild jubilation across the land.
Ihedioha says he inherited ‘pathetically sick’ sectors in Imo State
Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State has said that he met “pathetically sick” sectors in the state on his assumption of duty six months ago.
Oyo APC alleges plot to stampede judiciary in guber legal tussle
As attention shifts to the Supreme Court for the final resolution of the controversy surrounding the conduct of the 2019 gubernatorial poll in Oyo State, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and People’s Democratic Party ....
Senate in fresh bid to abrogate states, council joint account
The push for a financially independent local government system in the country has been re-energised in the Senate. A bill to amend the constitution to achieve financial autonomy for local government councils
A sense of Sisyphus in the land
These days, it is often with an expression of ‘nothing can be done’ that we encounter co-patriots each time we interrogate the kind of leadership that has been foisted on Nigeria through a democratic coup.