A Nigerian Senator Onyewuchi has sponsored a bill to criminalize ransom payment to kidnappers. His reason is that kidnapping has […]
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday urged US universities to scrutinise China’s assistance and students, warning that Beijing was set on stealing innovation.
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A former member of the United State House of Representatives, Michele Bachman, has kicked against Americans’ choice of electing Joe Biden as their 46th president in the country’s just concluded elections.
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Lawan made the statement in reaction to point of order raised by Senator Abubakar Kyari who drew the attention of the Senators to recent killings in Felo Village, Gubio, Borno State by Boko Haram Terrorists, which claimed the lives of 81 people.
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Civil Rights Advocacy group, Human Rights Writers Association Of Nigeria (HURIWA) has accused the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs of planning to feed ghost pupils as they plan to proceed with the School Feeding program even as schools have been on an emergency vacation due to COVID-19 lockdown for nearly two Months.
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The Senate on Wednesday rejected a bill that sought to phase out the use of petrol cars and introduce electric cars in Nigeria by the year 2035. Senators also rejected another bill that sought to open up the Nigerian citizenship to other Africans. The two bills were sponsored separately by Sen Ben Murray-Bruce (PDP, Bayelsa). […]
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ABUJA—SENATE Committee on Power, Steel Development and Metallurgy has recommended a jail term of 10 years, without an option of fine, if found guilty to have conspired, counselled or accepted to procure or to hold in custody, stolen parts, components or pieces of a public power equipment.
‘Senate Remains Committed To Passage Of #PoliceReformBill’, Saraki Reacts To Killing Of Kolade Johnson
The President of the Nigerian Senate, Bukola Saraki, has said that the 8th Senate remains committed to the Police Reform Bill. Senate Saraki made this comment as part of a series of tweets in reaction to the killing of Kolade Johnson by alleged SARS operatives. The Senate President said, “My heartfelt prayers are with … Continue reading ‘Senate Remains Committed To Passage Of #PoliceReformBill’, Saraki Reacts To Killing Of Kolade Johnson
It is victory at last for Nigerian workers as the Senate this morning approved N30, 000 as the minimum wage for Federal and State workers. […]
The Senate has approved N30, 000 as the minimum wage for Federal and State workers. This follows the passage of the National Minimum Wage Bill by members of the upper chamber on Tuesday. Chairman of the Ad-hoc Committee on National Minimum Wage, Senator Francis Alimikhena had earlier presented the National Minimum Wage Act CAP N61 … Continue reading Senate Approves N30,000 Minimum Wage For Federal, State Workers