The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday raised a committee to interface with the legislative arm of government to mediate and resolve outstanding issues between the two arms of government.
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Lagos state recent enactment of environmental law, and it recent repealing of anti-peoples provision of Bore-Hole construction fine had received a pat on the back, a situation which some stakeholders fear it could have amounted into causing more suffering to the masses.
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Whoever generated letter asking Adamawa state high Court judge to release convicted former governor of the state, james Ngilari, from prison has now become subjected of debated on the authority of Nigeria prison. This is the key question the leadership of the Nigeria Prison Service was battling to unravel last night, a few hours after some forces within the service had connived to free Ngilari, who had barely served a month out of his five-year jail term, from prison.
Monday, 27 March 2017
The Nigeria Senate committee on customs Excise and tariff has commenced investigation into alleged N4 trillion revenue activities in the Nigeria customs service between 2006 and 2016
Sunday, 26 March 2017
The Reconciliation committee of the People’s Democratic Party headed by Governor of Bayelsa State His Excellency Seriake Dickson meet with former president Good-luck Jonathan on Saturday in his country home in Otuoke, Bayelsa state to brief the former president on the outcome of developments in his efforts so far at reconciling warring faction of the party. Responding, President Jonathan pointed out that it was saddening that power of choice in election now lies in court
Saturday, 25 March 2017
Sterling facts rolling out, coming from the departments of states security service again has shown why the Acting chairman of economic and financial crime commission (EFCC), failed to be confirmed as substantive chairman of anti-graft agency.
I learnt an enduring lesson on the day General Sani Abacha died. It was June 8, 1998, and death had laid its icy hands on the maximum ruler, and the scepter had fallen from the grip of the king.
Friday, 24 March 2017
As the momentum gathered storm, strong indications emerged yesterday following the intervention of powerful Nigerians in the ongoing face-off between the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, David Babachir Lawal, and the Senate over the controversial grass-cutting contract scandal, Lawal may have made another u-turn about his earlier position not to appear before the Senate, justifying his earlier position as being in court already, and not wanting to fall into the cub-wed that will amount to contempt of the court proceedings.
Thursday, 23 March 2017
As the Cat and mouse game between the customs comptroller general and the senate continues, following the summons of the (CG) of Nigeria custom service to appear before it in his uniform over the retrospect vehicle duty verification policy and his refusal to honour the summons on Wednesday which culminated in the senate declaring Ali unfit to occupy public office