Today's Headlines:Why I May Slap Angel And Exit Big Brother's House, Lawan Hails Boss Mustapha At 65
Big Brother Naija housemate, Tega has vowed to slap Angel if she talks back to her in the house. Tega told Boma at the Executive lounge that she will slap Angel and leave the house. She also mocked Angel over the death of her boyfriend and said the 21-year old had a weak game.
Ahmad Lawan, president of the Senate, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to reduce the external borrowings being incurred to fund the country’s annual budgets. PM News reported that Senator Ahmad advised the president to, instead, focus on blocking financial leakages and avoiding wastage in all tiers of government.
The beauty of being a Senator or a House of Representatives member is the security of tenure. This highly respected post in Nigeria is not restricted to a term or two-term limit. One can be a Senator for the rest of his or her life if no other politician from his constituency ever dares to challenge his candidature after every four years.
4 Key Reasons Lawan, Gbajabiamila And NASS Usually Approve Buhari's Loan As He Is Set To Borrow More
Many Nigerians would be wondering why the National Assembly led by Senator Ahmed Lawan (Senate President) and Femi Gbajabiamila (Speaker, House of Representatives) usually approve the loan requests sent by President Muhammadu Buhari. Image credit: Blueprint While there is a political undertone to this, there are still non-political reasons why they do this.
Impeachment is a lawful way through which an elected Executive head or other top officials of government can be removed from office if the need arises. It is legal because it is backed by the constitution. So, when there are valid reasons to activate the impeachment clause, it will be done by the lawmakers unless the affected top public officials sit up.
Buhari, Osinbajo, Lawan and other Top Dignitaries Storm Eagle Square To Celebrate Nigeria @ 61(PHOTOS)
As Nigeria marks the 61st Independence Day Anniversary today, 1st of October, 2021. Dignatries converged at the Eagle Square Abuja, to celebrate the memorable event. It will be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari had earlier in the day addressed Nigerians in a Nationwide Broadcast during which the President highlighted some his the Achievements of his Administration since he was came into Power in May 2015.
Governor Udom Emmanuel has asked for a refund from the federal government after completing the Uyo-Ikot Ekpene Road in Akwa Ibom state. He said the road which was started during the administration of his predecessor and current Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, is a federal project.
Lawan begs FCDA to rehabilitate dilapidating National Assembly complex The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, on Wednesday appealed to the Federal Capital Development Authority to fix the dilapidated parts of the National Assembly and save it from further roof leakage. Lawan made the appeal at the foundation laying of the permanent office complex of the National Assembly Service Commission.
The incessant borrowing of loans by the federal government of Nigeria has caused many mixed reactions from different people in the country. A lot of political leaders have advised the president of Nigeria (Muhammadu Buhari) to be careful with the manner his Government borrows money from other countries.
The Senate president, Ahmad Lawan is of the opinion the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is being sabotaged in his efforts to provide infrastructure for the country. Senate president Lawan (vanguardngr.com) This he said because, the president made a request for loans to fund projects by Ministeries, Departments and Agencies of government.
At least eight persons were killed in an aerial bombardment on village in Yunusari government of Yobe State, on Wednesday. Ali, a resident, told Daily Trust that the incident occurred on Wednesday morning. He said residents were departing to their farms and heading for the Geidam weekly market when the mishap occurred.
Today's Headlines: Emeka In DSS Detention Since April Over IPOB - Lawyer; Lawan Speaks On Boko Haram
Photo Credit To Google Biafra: Emeka Ngornadi in DSS detention since April over IPOB - Lawyer A legal practitioner, Festus Ogun, has condemned the detention of Emeka Richmond Ngornadi by the Department of State Services (DSS) over the Biafra agitation. In a statement on Tuesday, Ogun revealed that Ngornadi was arrested in April 2021 for allegedly making comments on social media in support of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
We Should Sanitise Repentant Boko Haram And Integrate Them Into The Society - Senate President Lawan
The Senate President of Nigeria, Senator Ahmed Lawan, has reacted to the recent developments in the security sector of the country. Recently, some Boko Haram assailants have reportedly surrendered to the Nigerian army after series of offensive engagements by the Nigerian troops which led to the capturing of some of the bandits.
The upper chamber of Nigeria on Wednesday adjourned plenary till November 9, 2021. This is to enable its Committees begin budget defense sessions with Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs. The senate suspended sitting after concluding debate on the 2022 Appropriation Bill. It was contained in a statement by Ezrel Tabiowo, spokesman to the Senate President.
Today's Headlines:Buhari To Present Appropriation Bill On Thursday, Gov Lalong makes New appointment
Photo Credit: Goggle Buhari To Present Appropriation Bill On Thursday Photo Credit: Daily Post President Muhammadu Buhari will on Thursday this week lay the 2022 appropriation budget before the National Assembly. Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege revealed this during the plenary on Tuesday. Omo-Agege presided over the plenary in the absence of the President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan.
Photos Credit: Google Lawan To Senators: Talk Less To The Press The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has cautioned fellow Senators against talking to the press in order not to misled the public. Photos Credit:Leadership News According to Lawan, once an issue has been decided in the Senate, any lawmaker who is dissatisfied should approach his colleagues on the matter rather than talking to journalists.
A group of opposition political parties, the Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP), has called for the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari by the National Assembly. The call was made through the spokesperson of the Coalition, Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere, on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at a press conference.
The Senate President Ahmad Lawan arrives Ekiti for conferment as Aare Akorewolu of Iyin Senate President Ahmad Lawan arrived as Ekiti for his granting of a new chiefdom title of Aare Akorewolu of Iyin Kingdom. This was announced in a statement via the Senate Speaker's official Facebook page, where photos of his arrivals were shared.
The Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, after being conferred as the Aare Akorewolu of Iyin Kingdom, called on Nigerian political leaders to come together in a bid to tackle the challenges facing the nation. According to him, "No part of the country could on its own solve a problem that had engulfed all parts of the country."
Nigeria's Senate President, Ahmed Lawan has blamed the country's current hardship on poor leadership. According to him, Nigeria's failure to use deliberate policies to resolve leadership issues within the country will continue to worsen its problems. Speaking at the inauguration of the Kashim Ibrahim Fellowship programme in Kaduna, Lawan noted that the deficiency in leadership at all levels of government in Nigeria is one of the major reasons why the country has not achieved much in the area of development.