Jega Reveals How Crisis Caused By Apapa Could Make LP Elected National Assembly Members To Defect
A political analyst, Mahmud Jega, has disclosed that the division within the Labour Party ever since the completion of the2023 general elections has the potential of affecting the party in the National Assembly of left unresolved. According to Mahmud Jega, the crisis in the Labour Party could create the avenue for the elected members of the National Assembly under the platform of the Labour Party to defect to the opposition parties.
Why crisis caused by Apapa could make LP elected national assembly members to defect- Mahmud Jega
Political analyst Mahmud Jega has raised concerns about the potential consequences of the ongoing internal division within the Labour Party following the 2023 general elections. Jega warns that if this internal crisis remains unresolved, it could have negative implications for the party's presence and influence in the National Assembly.
Today's Headline: Don’t Succumb To Temptations CJN-Tribunal Judges, Biden Picks Black Air Force Gen
Don’t succumb to temptations, blackmail, CJN tells tribunal judges Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola, on Thursday, swore in 39 additional judges to hear the petitions that emanated from the February 15 and March 18 general elections across the country.
Why crisis caused by Apapa could make LP elected national assembly members to defect- Mahmud Jega
Mahmud Jega, a political analyst, has warned about the potential consequences of the ongoing division within the Labour Party following the 2023 general elections. If left unresolved, this internal crisis could adversely affect the party's presence and influence in the National Assembly. Jega believes that the current turmoil within the Labour Party might provide an opportunity for elected members of the National Assembly, who belong to the party, to defect to opposition parties.
Governor Bello Signs Five Bills Into Law
Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has made significant progress in the state's legislative agenda by signing five bills into law. The signing ceremony took place on Monday at the EXCO Hall in the Government House, Lokoja, and was witnessed by esteemed dignitaries, including the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Mr. Matthew Kolawole, the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Mohammed Ibrahim (SAN), and the Secretary to the Kogi State Government, Dr. Ayoade Arike Folashade.
3 days to go: Buhari Receives Asset Declaration Form Ahead Of Inauguration
At the State House in Abuja on Friday, Prof. Isah Mohammed, Chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau, "presented the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (ret. ), with an asset declaration form." "Just three days remain till the president gives the reins over to Bola Tinubu, the president-elect."
Section 299, gives FCT to the president to administer as if he is a governor-Michael Aondoakaa
The ongoing debate at the presidential election petition tribunal in Abuja centers around the requirement of securing 25 percent of the votes in the federal capital territory (FCT) for a candidate to win. It is no longer a surprising topic, considering that the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, was unable to meet this threshold despite receiving the majority of votes in the general elections.
Reps Grill Malami Over $2.4bn Crude Sale, Puncture AGF’s Argument
The House of Representatives adhoc committee probing a whistleblower’s claim that 48 million barrels of Bonny Light crude worth $2.4 billion were illegally sold in China in 2015, on Thursday grilled the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, telling him that the probe was not a wild goose chase. Chairman of the committee, Mark Gbillah said this while responding to Malami’s insistence that there was no justifiable ground in the first place for the National Assembly to
Plans By The Ortom's Administration To Use Benue Assembly To Cover Financial Misconduct Uncovered
The All Progressives Congress, APC, Benue Chapter, has uncovered a plot by the Governor Samuel Ortom's administration to use the Benue State Assembly to cover for its financial recklessness. In a clandestine move to cover up for all the illicit financial transactions perpetrated by his administration in the last Eight years, Governor Samuel Ortom's administration is mounting pressure on the PDP-led Benue State House of Assembly to officially adopt the State Auditor-General's report on the Audited Accounts of the State for the year 2015 - 2022.
Today's Headlines: APC Should Have Fielded Osinbajo - Peter Obi, IBM Unveils New Technology
APC Should Have Fielded Osinbajo - Peter Obi Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspapers The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi has said he confronted the All Progressives Congress (APC) for not presenting Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as its candidate during the 2023 elections. Obi said this on Tuesday while exchanging pleasantries with some guests at Dele Momodu’s 63rd birthday in London, England.
Buhari to Inaugurate $2.4 Million Kajola Wagon Assembly Plant: A Game-Changer for African Railways
President Muhammadu Buhari is set to inaugurate the groundbreaking Kajola Wagon Assembly Plant in Ogun State tomorrow. With a remarkable investment of $2.4 million, this assembly plant is a game-changer for Nigeria and the entire African continent. The facility, generously donated by the Chinese government through the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), marks a significant milestone in the growth of the railway industry in Nigeria and Africa.
Speakership tussle: Agbo urges Gbajabiamila, Wase to disagree constructively
The member representing Ado/Okpokwu/Ogbadibo Federal Constituency of Benue State in the House of Representatives, Hon. Francis Ottah Agbo, has urged the Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, and his deputy, Ibrahim Wase, not to get tired of dialoguing. The legislator was responding to the recent spectacle in the House where it appeared that the Deputy Speaker was "challenging" the Speaker.
If Nigeria Is Working Well, Tinubu Would Have Been Investigated By The EFCC- Osuntokun
If Nigeria is functioning effectively, Tinubu would be under investigation by the EFCC due to the numerous drug-related cases against him, according to Balogun Akin Osuntokun. This statement was released in response to allegations that the newly-elected lawmakers of the Labour Party endorsed Godswill Akpabio, an APC lawmaker, for the position of Senate President in the upcoming 10th National Assembly.
Ganduje Consented To Tinubu’s Meeting With Kwankwaso – Jibrin
Hon Abdulmumin Jibrin, a Rep-Elect, has said Governor Abdullahi Ganduje consented to the meeting that President-elect Bola Tinubu held with Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso in France. Daily Trust had pronounced how Tinubu and Kwankwaso met for 4 hours on Monday. Ganduje had expressed reservation over the assembly, pronouncing Tinubu had determined to look Kwankwaso, his estranged benefactor, as an alternative.
10th Senate: I’m not running for Senate Presidency, says Lawan
Sen. Ahmad Lawan, president of the Senate, has dismissed rumours that he is standing for the Senate seat in the 10th National Assembly, which has not yet been inaugurated. He has said that he is staying in the post he now has. (PHOTO SOURCE: GOOGLE)
IGP, Resign From Office If You Can’s Stop The Extortion In Checkpoints Within Seven 7Days—Nwaebonyi
The 10th National Assembly will call the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, to account for the numerous amounts extorted from defenseless Nigerians at checkpoints, according to senator-elect Barr. Onyekachi Nwaebonyi, who represents the Ebonyi North senatorial zone. Nwaebonyi called on the IGP, Usman, to resign from office if he will not halt the extortion at checkpoints when speaking to newsmen hours after a Thanksgiving ceremony at the ecumenical center in Abakaliki, the capital of Ebonyi state.
Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, Signs New Constitutional Bills.
According to VanguardNews, Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has attained another height in Government tremendously. By signing of Five New constitutional bill in the state, The signing ceremony was held Monday in the Exco Hall at Government House in Lokoja and was attended by distinguished dignitaries. Including Speaker of the State House of Assembly Matthew Kolawole, Attorney General and Kogi State Secretary Dr. Ayoade Folashade.
10th NASS Leaders: MUSWEN Drums Support For Christian Senate President
As politicking continues over who becomes Senate President in the 10th National Assembly, the Muslim Ummah of South West Nigeria (MUSWEN) has graciously declared its support for a Christian South-South candidate, Senator Godswill Akpabio. Photo Credit: Senator Godswill Akpabio The Islamic body of South West Muslims declared made it support known to the public through a statement signed by its Executive Secretary who doubles as Chief Executive Officer of the organization, Prof. Muslih Tayo Yahya.
House Of Reps Members Boycott Speaker, Gbajabiamila’s Campaign For APC Anointed Speaker, Abbas
On Wednesday, the Speaker of the 10th House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila, invited the members and members-elect to start a campaign for Rep. Abbas Tajudeen to become Speaker of the 10th Assembly. Tajudeen, a representative of Kaduna State's Zaria Federal Constituency, has been picked by the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) and "President-elect," Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to serve as Speaker of the next Assembly, which will be inaugurated in two weeks.
IPAC to review election results and set up committee for resolving disputes
The Inter-Party Advisory Council urged the 10th National Assembly on Wednesday to put the interests of the country first when choosing the Senate's and the House of Representatives' top candidates. The group stated it will re-establish the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee in accordance with the terms of its Code of Conduct in order to further strengthen unity and comradery among the political class.