The minority caucus in the House of Representatives yesterday berated President Muhammadu Buhari over his speech at the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) where he listed the gains made by his administration...
The House of Representatives, yesterday, said the leakage of classified security documents through the social media and other sources is jeopardising the fight against insecurity in the country.
The House of Representatives has urged the Federal Government to take inventory of Nigerians illegally imprisoned abroad with a view to hastening their release.
The House of Representatives, yesterday, lamented lopsided appointment of people from a particular zone of the country into leadership positions, saying the development is a clear violation of the nation’s constitution.
The House of Representatives is to amend the establishment act of certain government agencies permitted to spend their Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) with a view to curtailing revenue leakages.
The House of Representatives has expressed displeasure over the plan to borrow N5.62 trillion to finance deficit in the 2022 budget, while these agencies starve the government of fund.
The Chairman, House Committee on Health, Tanko Sununu, yesterday, expressed hope that the ongoing strike by the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) would be called off before the week runs out.
The House of Representatives committee on finance is beaming its searchlights on financial institutions in the country over alleged leakages in foreign exchange revenue to the tune of over N30 billion.
The House of Representatives Committees on Petroleum Upstream, has given the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC) two weeks ultimatum to appear and explain alleged irregularities in the corporation.
House of Representatives, yesterday, frowned on Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) going out of its ways to frustrate activities of Petroleum Depot Owners Association (PPDOA) in the country.
The Minority Caucus in the House of Representatives has faulted a move to spend $1.5 billion for rehabilitation of the Port Harcourt Refinery, describing the proposed expenditure as outrageous and heavily inflated.
Worried by the huge foreign exchange spent on importation of raw materials, the House of Representatives Committee on Industry, has charged the Bank of Industry to support genuine industrial firms that are willing to develop......