Senate Minority Leader, Enyinnanya Abaribe and other lawmakers were flabbergasted that project details of the loan request were not attached to the report by the Senate Committee on Local and Foreign Debts. He was shut down. Continue Reading
“He should have been sober and resolved the matter in order to ensure the matter is not brought to court but instead, he became hardened and joined issues with the EFCC,” Justice Abang said.
The Senate on Wednesday gave a two-week marching order to Ministries, Departments and Agencies of government to appear before the Senate Committee on Local and Foreign Debts to defend President Muhammadu Buhari’s $29bn loan request presently before the National Assembly. The call on MDAs to appear before the committee was made by Senate President Ahmad […]Continue Reading
When others whose names were not on the list arrived, they were told to leave, according to the accounts of several journalists who were there. All the reporters then walked out in protest.
National Secretary of the SDP, Shehu Gabam in a chat on the state of the nation insisted that the insecurity across the country has not allowed investors to establish businesses hence the high rate of unemployment. Continue Reading
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