The insecurity crisis in this country, Nigeria has really been of great concern to the citizens. Almost everyday we record different kinds of attack caused by different kinds of insurgents. The dreadful activities of the Bokoharam/ISWAP terrorists across the northern region has really put fear into the hearts of the residents.
IPOB, Yoruba Nation Agitators Not Different From Terrorist- Gbajabiamila Photo Credit: Leadership Nigeria Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabimila, has said that activities of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the South-East and Yoruba Nation agitators in the South-West were not in any way different from the Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorist groups.
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabimila, has said the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Yoruba Nation agitators are not in in any way different from Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorist groups. Yoruba Nation agitator Sunday Igboho and IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu
IPOB Not Different From Boko Haram- Gbajabimila. The Speaker of the House Of Representatives, Femi Gbajabimila, has likened the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra in the South-East region to those of the Boko Haram. Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters In his welcome remarks at Wednesday’s plenary of the Green Chamber, Gbajabiamila alleged that miscreants in Southern Nigeria masquerading as separatists and activists have emerged to wreak havoc.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabimila, has compared the exercises of the Indigenous People of Biafra in the South-East area and gatherings unsettling for self-assurance of the Yoruba Nation in the South-West to those of the Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa Province fear monger gatherings.
The House of Representatives has pledged to make laws that would cushion the effects of COVID-19 on Nigerians. Speaker Femi Gbajabimila spoke on Saturday in Abuja at a retreat on the Revised Legislative Agenda entitled ‘Our Contract With Nigerians’. It narrows down legislative actions to health, education, security, agriculture and the economy, NAN reports. Gbajabimila said the lawmakers were devising ways to ensure Nigerians survive the global shock caused by coronavirus. He recalled that the House earlier
1. Reps begin power sector probe The House of Representatives on Wednesday began investigations into activities of the power sector with a view to repositioning the industry for better service delivery. The review was coordinated by Ado Doguwa, head of the House Ad-hoc committee. The Chairman of this House, Femi Gbajabimila, said that, despite huge expenditure by the federal government in the industry, no advance was made on the power sector. Ahmed Wase, Deputy Speaker at the forum, said the successive governments
Reliable news reports have comfirmed that on Tuesday,theLegislative aides under the aegis of the “Concerned National Assembly Legislative Aides Forum” protested at the entrance hall of the National Assembly in respect to unpaid salary arrears.The aides appeared at the hallway the National Assembly with placards having different inscriptions.
The Nigerian Senate has said that it would push for the sack of any head of Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDAs) that spends money without authorisation. The upper legislative chamber made the statement on Tuesday, February 12, through the chairman of its committee on public accounts, Matthew Urhoghide, following misgivings about the attitude of heads of MDAs which were queried by the Auditor-General of the Federation in his 2015 report, The Nation reports. Urhoghide also told the heads of MDAs to des
Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia), Speaker of the House of Representatives said that Niger Delta Minister Godswill Akpabio, had failed to demonstrate his claims of the president against parliamentarians. Through a declaration, the Minister challenged the Minister to publish records showing that 60% of contracts given to lawmakers were won in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). He recalled that at an inquiry hearing Akpabio made the argument about the alleged financial mismatch of N40 billion in the NDDC.
The Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu met with President Buhari yesterday to present a detailed reports on the level of destruction, caused by the looting, vandalism and arson after the Lekki Toll Gate shootings. Governor Sanwo-olu visited the president at his office in the presidential villa in Abuja to present the reports to President Buhari. The state had witnessed great destruction after Hoodlums hijacked the ENDSARS protests and even greater destruction caused by angered youths over the Lekki Massacre.
Godswill Akpabio Denies Making Allegations That Lawmakers Handle 60% NDDC Contracts After the dramatic public hearing on Monday concerning the alleged fraudulent activities in the NDDC, the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Sen. Godswill Akpabio was given an ultimatum by the house of Representatives to present the names of lawmakers whom he allegedly accused of receiving contracts from the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, in 48hours, including the contracts awarded them. The former Senator and Governor
Transport Minister Rotimi Amechi pointed out that the Federal Government's inquiry into lending might give the borrowers the wrong signal. At an inquiry hearing in Abuja held by the Committee on the Convention, Protocol and Agreements of the House of Representatives Ameachi made his statement. The investigation could lead foreign partners to withdraw loan facilities that have a negative effect on infrastructural growth in Nigeria. The Minister said he posed concerns with the Speaker, Rep. Femi Gbajabimila, about
Ongoing loan research by the federal government could send the wrong signal to creditors, said Transport Minister Rotimi Amechi. Mr Amaechi commented at a hearing organized by the House of Representatives Committee on Treaties, Protocols and Agreements in Abuja. He said the investigation could lead foreign partners to withdraw these loan facilities, which would have a negative effect on Nigeria's infrastructure development. The minister said he had raised concerns about the ongoing inquiry with House Speaker