Governor Nasir El Rufai has been described as a pacesetter who has the courage to break new grounds as a leader and has achieved a lot of ‘’firsts’’ in his six years in office, Mr Ishaya Dare Akawu, former Chairman of National Assembly Service Commission has said.Speaking on Tuesday at the 8th National and State Assembly Service Commission conference holding in Kaduna, Mr Akawu said that Kaduna state was the first to pioneer the electronic voting in the country, the first state to set up the Assembly Service Commission and the first state to host the National Service Commission when it was designing its mission and vision.The former chairman of the National Assembly Service Commission also acknowledged that Governor El Rufai has completely changed the face of Kaduna state due to the numerous developmental projects that he has embarked upon.
As the 2023 General Elections draws close, Top All Progressives (APC) Chieftains in Ebonyi State are already in trenches warming up to take over the mantle of leadership from Governor David Umahi whose tenure 'll elapse on May 29, 2023.Below is the Names of APC Governorship Hopefuls Jostling to Succeed Umahi 1.
1. NASS splits as The House of Representatives insist on tenure extension for Omolori, others The House of Representatives has insisted on retaining its resolution that extended the tenure of the National Assembly Clerk, Alhaji Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori and 150 top officials. This decision, it was learnt, may have destroyed the cordial relationship between the two chambers, as the Senate leadership is reportedly seeking the reversal of the resolution to enable the National Assembly Service Commission term
The National Assembly Service Commission has approved the appointment of new top management officers in the service. This development came after it has approved the immediate retirement of Clerk to the National Assembly, Mohammed Sani-Omolori and 150 other top management staff. It was gathered that Mr Sani-Omolori and others who were retired has either joined the National Assembly Service 35years ago or have attained the age of 60years but they were still allowed to remain in service following the alteration
1. National Assembly commission queries clerk for insubordination The National Assembly Service Commission has queried Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Omolori, Clerk of the National Assembly for ‘gross insubordination’. This is in reaction to Sani-Omolori’s statement which asked his colleagues to disregard the announcement of his retirement and that of others as the commission does not have such powers. The commission which described the press statement as gross insubordination to a constituted authority, told the
Some senators in the National Assembly are threatening to challenge the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan over the appointment of his former aide, Ahmed Kadi Amshi as the Chairman of the National Assembly Service Commission. The aggrieved senators bemoaned the lopsidedness in the appointment of Ahmed Amshi who hails from the same state, and local government with the Senate President. Just like the Senate President, Ahmed Amshi is from Bade Local Government Area of Yobe State. Sources within the upper chamber
TIME TO GIVE HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE IN ABOH MBAISE APC By IKEH G IKEH The term "honor" has always been a word used to describe men and women of high moral worth or great achievements. No one takes honor to himself because it is a reward for distinction for those who made extra ordinary impact on the community, our state and the country at large but gladly receive it when called upon. On this latitude you will gradely see the essential,compassionate statesman and our Apex leader Rt Hon G.K Dikeocha (ODUM
Nigerians at the legislative arm of the government which consists of the lower and upper chamber are believed to be one of the most paid citizens in the country with their large paycheck. These honourable members and senators are believed to earn in multiples what other civil servants earn in ministries and agencies. Concerned citizens outside that group have advocated for a reduction in numbers of the members at the same time a reduction in their salaries. That advocacy is now within the arm itself but in the
These Biggest News from, Vanguard Newspaper and The Nation Newspaper will interest you this Morning: Before you proceed, click on the follow button at the top right corner, for more update. Below are some of the biggest news from Nigerians Newspapers, this morning. 1. NASS appoints Akubueze substantive Clerk House of Reps, confirms Ojo as CNA The management of National Assembly Service Commission (NASC) on Friday, approved the appointment of Mr Chinedu Akubueze as the substantive Clerk of the House of Representatives.
The National Assembly and National Assembly Service Commission top management staff had a retreat in Abuja on Friday, November 20, 2020. The Senate President, Ahmed Lawan graced the occasion to declare it While giving his address, Lawan said the Senate is ensuring that Nigeria's resources are distributed equally in the regions. He further spoke about his displeasure with those who are agitating for the scrapping of the Senate due to the huge amount of money each senator is receiving. Senate President, Ahmed
Hello Reader, Federal government of Nigeria, has many Ministries, departments and agencies. Some people doesn't know these departments, agencies and commissions, and others known only few of such agencies, commissions and departments. I bring to you thirty (30) of such of commissions in Nigeria. Follow me: NASC: National Assembly Service Commission NBC: National Boundary Commission NUC: National Universities Commission FCSC: Federal Civil Service Commission NIMC: National Identity Management Commission NERC:
Senator Ahmed Lawan is the senate president of the 9th senate of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria. Ahmed Lawan asked Nigerians to focus of the legislative work and not the senators jumbo pay. He made this call during a retreat this week friday 20/11/20 during a retreat with some National Assembly Service Commission top functionaries in Abuja. “Can we debate the functions of the National Assembly rather than talk about the jumbo pay? Where is the jumbo pay? We should be looking for value for money. “So when
"Vote Us All Out In 2023 If You Don't Like Us" - Senate President Says To Nigerians. Senate President Ahmad Lawan has appealed to Nigerians to expel members of the 9th National Assembly in 2023 if they do not like them. Lawan made this statement on Friday 20 November at a closed session for the top leadership of the National Assembly Service Commission and the National Assembly in Abuja. He called on Nigerians to join the debate on what the National Assembly means to them, rather than wasting energy on the salaries
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan is challenging Nigerians to vote out the members of the 9th National Assembly in 2023 if they don't like them. Ahmad Lawal stated this on 20th of November at a retreat for top management of the National Assembly Service Commission and National Assembly in Abuja. Lawan urged Nigerians to engage in debate as to what the National Assembly means to them rather than dissipate energy on poor salaries and allowance of federal makers. Lawan said "We need to understand what the National
Good morning Nigeria, welcome to the roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today Friday, 17th July 2020 1.Wike Storms Ex-NDDC MD’s Residence, Frees Her From Police Siege Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers state, stormed the residence of Joy Nunieh, former acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), and freed her from police siege. The governor arrived at her residence in the state on Thursday morning and ordered armed policemen around out of the way. He then proceeded
The Nigerian Senate President, Senator Ahmad Lawan, has expressed his concerns stating that there could be crisis in the country if the Nigerian Senate is scrapped out as being championed by some set of Nigerians. Lawan, disclosed his fears on Friday November 20, 2020, while declaring open, a retreat organized for high ranking management staff of the National Assembly and National Assembly Service Commission held in Abuja. The Chief Law-maker rather called on those who are not comfortable with lawmakers at the
1. Foremost anti-graft agency, the Economic Financial and Crimes Commission, EFCC, has ordered erstwhile national commissioners of the National Assembly Service Commission, NASC, to return all official vehicles still in their possession or face the wrath of the law. 2. Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, on Friday, inaugurated the 47.7 km Zaki-Biam-Afia/Gbeji Road estimated at N3.8b in the Ukum Local Government Area of the state. 3.The explosion of a chlorine gas canister being transported by a truck in western
Lawan expressed this on Friday while proclaiming open, a retreat for top administration staff of the National Assembly and National Assembly Service Commission in Abuja. He depicted the Senate as a leveller which guaranteed that all pieces of the nation are similarly spoken to not at all like the House of Representatives where states with higher populaces produce the most elevated number of legislators. The Senate President likewise blamed the contention of those clamouring for the rejecting of the Senate given