Kingsley Moghalu, a former presidential candidate, joined other activists to stage a peaceful protest at the National Assembly Complex in Abuja on Tuesday, 29th of June, 2021. Many civil society organisations were also present at the protest. Moghalu told the press that the protest was being held in order for the National Assembly to pass the amended Electoral Act Bill.
The former aid to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has reacted to reports that the roof of the National Assembly Complex was leaking on Tuesday after the early morning downpour in Abuja. Reno Omokri Photo credit: Google It was reported by several news media on Tuesday that the early morning rain led to the leaking of the roof of the National Assembly Complex, which led to the initial disruption of activities at the Senate hallowed Chamber
Members of the vigilante group of Nigeria (VGN), have stormed the National Assembly Complex in Abuja, from various States in Nigeria, seeking for national approval to operate across the country. The members of the vigilante group of Nigeria (VGN) mobilized their self in huge number to participate in a legislative session that will enable their collaboration with other security agencies in the country.
A country like Nigeria regarded as the giant of Africa should be a role model to many other countries in Africa and beyond. However, it appears that this is not the case in several aspects. In Nigeria of today, it is no longer difficult to see dilapidated buildings that require maintenance with no attention being paid to them.
The Leaking National Assembly Complex Is The Same Building N37Billion Was Budgeted For - Reno Omokri
Bemigho Reno Omokri is a Nigerian politician and human right activitist. He is the pastor of the Mind of Christ Christain Center in California and Abuja. Reno Omokri is known for using his social media accounts to project Christ and also to address some controversial issues. In his latest tweet on Twitter as at the compilation of this article, Reno Omokri reacted to the National Assembly Building which was said to have be flooded due to leakage.
A popular Nigerian activist has questioned the billions of naira budgeted to renovate the National Assembly Complex. The presidential aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Nigerian human right activist, novelist, Reno Omokri, has reacted to reports of the leaking roof of the National Assembly Complex in Abuja.
The National Assembly Lobby has been flooded due to heavy rain. On Monday, the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja had a rainstorm, Several areas of the National Assembly Complex were flooded on Tuesday morning. The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, presided over today's meeting under a leaky roof in an embarrassing scenario that has left everyone dumbfounded.
The National Assembly has recorded another leaking roof on Monday 12th June, 2021. This was caused by heavy down pour which lasted for hours. Many parts of the complex were flooded with water caused by the leaking roof. The following sections of the complex were affected: central lobby of the White House, Press Centre of the Senate, and the front of UBA.
The National Assembly complex is the seat of the Nigerian legislative arm of Government. It houses the Senate Chamber(Red chambers) and the House of Representatives Chamber(Green Chamber). It is both annoying and disappointing to hear that the roof of such an important building is leaking.
The National Assembly Complex is the legislative building of the National Assembly which is the legislative body for Federal Republic of Nigeria. It was built in 1999 at a cost of nearly $35.18 million and the contract was awarded to ITB Nigeria, on February 18, 1996 through the Department of public building, FCDA, Abuja.
During the morning hours on Tuesday, 22nd of June, 2021, after the heavy rain fell, the main lobby of the national assembly was flooded, as a result of a leaky roof. The incident is said to have occurred, despite the numerous budget allocations to renovate the national assembly complex.
The Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media, Mrs. Lauretta Onochie, has insisted there is no need for anyone to fear for her nomination as INEC Commissioner. Stating this at the National Assembly Complex during her screening by the Senate House Committee on INEC yesterday, Lauretta Onochie disclosed that her nomination is in line with the law, and there is no cause for anyone to be scared.
After Host Communities Fought During The Public Hearing On PIB, See What Senator Shehu Sani Said Shehu Sani, a former senator in the Nigeria National Assembly, has reacted to the fight involving host communities at the National Assembly during the hearing of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) It was reported that there was a fight in the National Assembly on Thursday, by petroleum and gas host communities, who were at the National Assembly Complex on a public hearing for the Petroleum Industry Bill, held at
The national Assembly Complex was again flooded on Monday, July 12, 2021, following leakages from the roof after a heavy downpour. There have been reports of the leakage of the roof of the complex for some time and a subsequent call for the renovation of the complex.
In a statement signed on Wednesday by Senate spokesperson, Senator Surajudeen Ajibola following the leaking of the roof of the national assembly complex after a rain downpour on Tuesday. The Senate also added that the national assembly is not responsible for the maintenance and renovation of the national assembly complex and they have not received any amount or the rumoured #37 billion for the renovation of the complex.
A newscast post which has gone viral today being 19th of November 2020 on various media platform, has it that House of Representatives Committee on Capital Markets and Institutions has raised concern over the rising unclaimed dividends in the capital market, estimated to cross the N200 billion mark at the end of 2020. Intelligence report gathered from various online media by foxxymobile team on 19th of November 2020, has it that the forecast was made by the Chairman of the House of Reps. Committee on Capital
Sometimes I wonder why everything in Nigeria is always different and going the other way around, when in saner clime the same situation but handled in a very mature manner. I remember what brought the emergence of "Kick Against Indiscipline" (KAI) in Lagos State, by the then Executive Governor of Lagos State Fmr. Gov. Babatunde Fashola, is simply to disperse from the streets and roads of Lagos State, hawkers and beggars who have turned everywhere into something else. Each time these officers who have been empowered
For many Nigerians, people of the Lesbian and Gay community (LGBTQ) are seen as weird and abnormal people.Even the Nigerian government passed a law condemning the action of lesbianism and gayism also known as homosexuality in the country.
The roof of the Nigerian National Assembly Complex in the capital city of Abuja dripped water after heavy rainfall on Tuesday. The major passage that leads to the chambers of the senate and the house of representatives was flooded due to the heavy rain. The flood was too much to the extent of covering the whole press center where newsmen sit to monitor plenary sessions in the complex.
According to Channels television news,a fight occured at the House of Representative ,in National Assembly Complex today between members of the host communities that were invited for a public hearing based on the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB).The fight started when one of the Itsekiri leaders stood up to speak but was countered by other members of the host communities.Although the Police and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) officers intervened as soon as possible. It all started In May 25,2017