"All Nigerians Should Have The Right To Carry Guns", Check Out The Politician That Said This And Why
Amidst the current issue of insecurity ongoing in the country lately, it's not a news anymore that the governor of Bauchi State once said the Herdsmen should be allowed to make use of weapons and carry arms while grazing.
The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Professor Itse Sagay, on Wednesday criticised the purported Presidential ambition of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State. Professor Sagay has stated that he does not know what Governor Bello will use as his achievements during the forthcoming presidential campaign if he is truly serious about contesting in the 2023 general elections.
BuharI Issues Directives To Military, Police. President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the immediate rescue of all kidnap students in Kaduna and Niger States. Naija News had reported that bandits kidnapped over100 students from Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State on Monday morning.
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Another Politician Slumps At Public Event Photo Credit: People's Gazette Recently, Maryam Katagum, the Nigerian Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment has collapsed at the launch of an empowerment programme in Bauchi State. Mrs Katagum was said to have collapsed as she was angling to present a speech at Sanin Malam Plaza in Bauchi.
PACAC Chairman, Professor Itse Sagay has finally revealed the major reason President Buhari gave a shoot-on-sight order for illegal arm bearers in the country. According to Sagay, President Buhari made this decision in order to improve the effectiveness of the Security Agencies. Professor Itse Sagay is the current Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption.
Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, Mrs. Lauretta Onochie has reacted to the on going public hearing to amend the 1999 constitution. According to the statement she made on her official Twitter handle, Mrs. Onochie said that those who want Nigeria to return to regional government just like it was in 1960s have the opportunity to do that now via the on going public hearing.
By Ikeddy ISIGUZO FOR the third time in three years Yakubu Dogara, former Speaker of the House of Representatives has tried to earn anti-corruption credentials. Each attempt ended up casting more mud on the character of the meek and mild Dogara who must be remembered for making everything about him. When he left Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for All Progressives Congress, APC, in 2014, Dogara was finishing his second tenure in the House of Representatives. He then claimed he was on a mission for his people’s
According to a recent video report from Channels Television, the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay has come out to deliberate on the recent move of southern governors to ban open grazing.Professor Sagay while speaking on the issue stated that the proclamation of the ban against open grazing by Southern governors is not enough as he suggested that it wouldn't be more effective if there isn't a law to execute it.
Today's Headlines: Another Top PDP Member Joins APC, Sagay Says 1999 Constitution Should Be Scrapped
Another top PDP member joins APC The deputy governor of Cross River state, Ivara Esu, on Monday registered as a member of the ruling party (APC), four days after his principal, Senator Ben Ayade, defected to the party. Esu dispelled rumours making rounds in the state accusing him of unwillingness to dumped the PDP alongside Ben Ayade, for the APC.
Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) Professor Itse Sagay has said that he doesn't know if President Muhammadu Buhari has the political will to scarp the 1999 constitution and adopt the 1963 Republican constitution.The Professor of Law made this statement when he was interviewed by Seun Okin on Politics Today, a political and current affairs programme of Channels TV.
The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof Sagay has come out to react after the southern governors insisted that the next president of the country must come from the South. It is no longer news that the 16 southern governors had convoked an exclusive meeting in Lagos state today where they brought up a communique that disclosed their aim to enforce the anti-open grazing law as well as their take on the 2023 presidential election.
Itse Sagay(Photo credit - Google) Even as Nigeria as a whole is undergoing progressive mutilation and disfigurement, the period from the 1950s to the 1970s may be regrettably referred to as her Golden Age, with the activities of the period being appropriately compared to the story of Sisyphus and his stone.
Astrazeneca Covid-19 vaccine: I would rather wait for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine- Prof Itse Sagay
A prominent Professor of law and member of the presidential advisory committee on corruption, Prof Itse Sagay has said that he would rather prefer to wait for the Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine when it available in Nigeria because of an advantage it has over the Astrazeneca vaccine which is
Channels TV program “Politics Today” had a very interesting guest yesterday in the person of Professor Itse Sagay, the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay. His conversation with the host of the program, Seun Okinbaloye, touched on a few very sensitive issues, one of which being the issue of the constitution of Nigeria.
The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay, was the guest on the Channels TV program “Politics Today”, and he shared his thoughts on the ban on open grazing by the governors of the southern state. When ask by Seun Okinbaloye, the host of the program, whether the “Shoot-at-sight” instruction given by the president was the same as the declaration by the governors of the southern states to ban open grazing, Professor Sagay said that though the two statements may be related, they may not be the same.
Jacob Zuma sentenced to 15 month in prison 79-year-old former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma has been sentenced to prison for contempt of court. Naija News reports Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison on Tuesday for refusing to appear before an anti-corruption panel investigating corruption charges against him.
Today's Headlines: Every Nigerian Should Carry Arms To Stop Insecurity, Why we won't obey South-West Governors ban on open grazing -Miyetti Allah
• Every Nigerian should be allowed to carry arms to stop insecurity - Sagay Buhari's Anti-Corruption Adviser, Sagay, says every Nigerian should be allowed to carry arms in order to curb the high rate of insecurity in the country.
Sunday's Headlines: Every Nigerian Should Carry Arms To Curb Insecurity, Adesanya Suffers First Career Loss
Every Nigerian Should Carry Arm To Curb Insecurity President Buhari's Anti-Corruption Adviser, Segay, says every citizen of Nigeria should carry Arms to curb insecurity.He said this would help reduce terrorism in Nigeria.