No Nigerian will argue that bandits have been a bone in the throat of Northern Nigeria. They have killed and destroyed properties worth millions of Naira. According to a report by Punch, the Senator representing Sokoto East Senatorial District, Ibrahim Gobir, had an interview with them.
Obviously, Nigerians would agree to the great havoc Bandits, Boko Haram and armed herdsmen have wrecked upon common citizens. Going through the year, numerous deadly attacks by these blood-thirsty mongers have been recorded. A huge number of people have been killed and some rendered homeless and hopeless.
Today's Headlines: Senate Asks Buhari To Declare Bandits As Terrorists, Kapital Appoints New Directo
Senate asks Buhari to declare bandits as terrorists The upper legislative chamber also asked the president to declare all known leadership of bandits wanted and prosecute them. The resolutions of the senate followed a motion sponsored by Ibrahim Gobir, senator representing Sokoto east, and eight other senators.
On Wednesday, September 29, 2021, the Senate requested that President Muhammadu Buhari declare bandits ravaging the North West region of the country as terrorists. The red chamber also demanded that the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces undertake a thorough war against the criminals, bombing all of their hideouts and annihilating and eliminating them.
You and I know that any individual or group that is a threat to the progress of Nigeria does not want good for the country so what should we call such people other than terrorist? The argument for bandits to be declared as terrorists has surfaced online, as members of the House of Representatives, like their counterpart in the Senate, on Thursday, asked the Nigerian Government to designate bandits as terrorists.
It is no longer news that the disturbing activities of unknown gunmen and bandits in Nigeria is affecting the total well being of the Nation and causing the citizens of the Nation to continue to live in fear and worries. There is a very high level of insecurity in Nigeria and this has prompted the Senate to assemble and deliberate on positive measures and means to curb the evil operations of bandits in the federation.
1 . Alhaji Mukhtar Shehu Shagari He was a former deputy governor of Sokoto state between 2007 and 2015 . He was also a former minister of water resources under the administration of former president Olusegun Obasanjo . He was also a former attorney general of Sokoto state . 2 .
As the 2023 General Elections, Some Members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Nigerian Senate are already warming up to contest for the Governorship Seat of their respective States. Prominent among them are 1. Senator Ibrahim Gobir (Sokoto) Gobir, 67 is the incumbent Senator representing Sokoto East Senatorial District at the National Assembly under the All Progressives Congress (APC) platform.
As Sokoto 2023 gubernatorial election is fast approaching, some prominent politicians have indicated interest in taking over the mantle of leadership from Governor Aminu Tambuwal. Notable among them are: 1. Sen. Ibrahim Gobir Dr Ibrahim Abdullahi Gobir ( born January 1,1953) is a Nigerian politician who was elected Senator representing Sokoto East Senatorial District, in the April 9th, 2011 national election.
Nigerians consider the zoning of political offices to be extremely important - Senator Ibrahim Gobir
Zoning of political offices, according to Senator Ibrahim Gobir (APC-Sokoto), continues to be a fundamental prerogative of citizens in order to address sectoral democracy. While briefing journalists in Sokoto, Senator Gobir of Sokoto East Senatorial District, Chairman of the Senate Committee on National Security and Intelligence, made the statement.
Photo credit: The GuardianNG According to John Akubo, The Senate, yesterday, asked the Federal Government to direct the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Productivity to set up a committee to review age limit and create jobs for Nigerian graduates in ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs). This came as concerns over the teeming unemployed graduates in the country amid Federal Government’s 13-year embargo on employment. This is actually ridiculous when you one have to see the total number graduates produced
Age requirement place on recruitment and employment in Nigeria is a menace to the youth because of some factors that surrounding acquisition of employment. This has prone the senate to call for "Urgent need to review age barrier during recruitment and employment" this was made following a motion sponsored by senator Ibrahim Gobir (Sokoto East). Citing senate standing Rules from order 42 and 52, Gabor maintained that recruitment from government ministries, department and agencies as well as other private bodies
Analyzing the five ways in which removing age limit for employment could impact Nigeria Since The Nigerian Senate asked the Ministry of labyour and Productivity to review the age limit restriction, I have been having a good time. This week has been a truly lovely one for the graduates of Nigeria since one man decided to stand up and speak for the voiceless of our nation. I applaud and commend the efforts of senator Ibrahim Gobir for starting this motion. I hope the motion will recieve great support from his
1. Sen. Uba Sani (Kaduna) Uba Sani was born December 31, 1970. He is a Nigerian politician and the incumbent senator for Kaduna Central senatorial district of Kaduna State at the National Assembly Abuja. He was elected on 23 February 2019 Nigerian general elections, under the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
Senate order federal ministry of labour and productivity to review age limit for job seekers Nigeria
Senate order federal ministry of labour and productivity to review age limit for job seekers Nigeria The Nigerian Senate has decided to take up action on Senator Ibrahim Gobir's foresight today as they passed a resolution "urging the executive arm of government to direct the federal ministry of labour and productivity to set up a committee to review the age of job seekers in the country". Nigeria is a country rich in many aspects. But these aspects are limited to a category of people who wish nothing good for
The Senate asked the President on Wednesday Commander-in-chief Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), Federal Labor and Productivity Ministry to establish a committee to review work age limits country seekers to allow the competent applicants to be named. The resolution followed a motion on its consideration by senator Ibrahim Gobir. Gobir cited Orders 42 and 52 of the Rules of the Senate and noted that the requirement of ministries and agencies and other private bodies to set barriers to age 'inadvertently excludes and
Reactions As Senate Asks President Buhari To Review The Age Limit For Job Seekers (See Photos) Nigeria’s Senate has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to instruct the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity to review the age limit for job seekers in the country to allow older people gain employment into ministries, departments, and agencies. The call was sequel to a motion by Ibrahim Gobir (APC, Sokoto East) where he noted that recruitment requirements of MDAs and other private bodies, which set age barriers,
The Senate of Nigeria has asked the federal government to raise the age limit for job vacancies in the country. The demand was made by members of the legislature on Wednesday, July 15, following a resolution passed by Senator Ibrahim Gobir during the Plenary. During the debate on the resolution seeking to determine the age limit between recruitment and employment, Gobir argued that the age limit for government and private sector declared jobs excluded many eligible applicants. He believes that many graduates
The senate of Nigeria on Wednesday asked President Muhammadu Buhari to instruct the Ministry of Labor to set up a committee to look into the abolition of age limits on employment in the country. The Senate reached the decision following a motion presented by Senator Ibrahim Gobir, the bbc hausa reported. "Many Nigerians are reducing their age in their efforts to join the recruitment drive," the Senator said. He added: "Whenever a person knows that he will not be hired for age limit, then he will resort to some
Introduction of age limit into various employment has been a contributing factor to the surge in unemployment in various government ministries, parastatals, private sectors, commissions and mention it. Many youths who would have perform greatly if given the opportunity to, are now begging for life to survive. While we neglect and failed to make laws that will favour our youths in their prime but focuses on making or enacting laws that will favour the older generations, I see this country tendering towards the