Senator Ali Ndume
IDPs: We will never forgive our oppressors
“How do you want us to feel seeing these people (repentant terrorists) among us in the society? Someone who had terrorised me? Without giving us any incentive to make...
High cost of governance benefitting few, Ndume insists
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume, yesterday said Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria
Legislative restraint and furore over positive identification
Although, Nigerians are worried by the pervasive insecurity troubling various parts of the country, especially the Boko Haram insurgency, banditry and criminal abductions for ransom, the plan by the Nigeria Army to embark on Operation Positive Identification (OPI) has been receiving negative reactions.
Why Buhari’s N10.33 trillion budget drew knocks, kudos
Some analysts yesterday reviewed President Muhammadu Buhari’s N10.33 trillion 2020 budget proposal, warning that the nation risks bankruptcy unless it curbs its penchant for borrowing.
Lawan, Ndume and the politics of endorsement
"May the best man win." The catchphrase that precedes every contest even if there is barely any belief in it. It's simple, the All Progressive's Congress wanted their man to win. The opposition People's Democratic Party crunched the numbers, knew there wasn't any way they could pull off a win with a PDP candidate. They…
Weekly political notes
The Senate has suspended its former majority leader, Senator Ali Ndume, who had asked for investigation of allegations of importing a bullet proof Range Rover with fake documents...
IDP camp: A miniature Nigeria
Do you know what it means to be poor? I thought I did when Marie Corelli asked that question in the opening page of “Sorrows of Satan” and went ahead to describe the hopeless situation ...