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"Were the dummy NASS members not emotional, and given to professionalism, they'd have calmly asked him to show them where the Constitution says committee work has to be before the cameras. To be sure, not only section 88 which he referred to in his press release, but sections 89 and 62 are clear on this. They can choose to engage anyone any where. They're also bound by Continue Reading
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A Coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Youth Groups in the country have challenged the Deputy President of Senate, Ovie Omo-Agege to present court papers that absolved him of allegation of perjury in the U.S. The coalition comprising of the Guardians of Democracy and Development (GODD), Partners for Legislative Agenda for Nigeria (PLAN), Empowerment […]Continue Reading