President Buhari Appoints New Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
On Tuesday, 20th of November, the Senate received a letter from President Muhammad Buhari announcing the appointment of a new justice for the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
The letter was said to have contained details including the fact that the Presidency made the appointment acting on the advice of the National Judicial Council.
House sealed by EFCC Linking Ayo Fayose belongs to me – Ekiti state Lawmaker
A building which was said to have been sealed by the EFCC as it was linked to the ex Ekiti state governor, Dr Ayo Fayose has caused a little bit of controversy. As an Ekiti lawmaker claims that the house belongs to him and not the ex-governor. The lawmaker, Dr Samuel Omotoso made mention that the action by EFCC was in a bid to malign his name and was done in utter bad faith.
Court Fixes Date to Give Ruling on Ganduje Bribery Video
A Kano high court has finally chosen December 6, 2018 as the date to give a ruling on the Ganduje viral bribery video case. The court will decide on the said day whether the State House of Assembly holds the authority to investigate the bribery allegation or not.
The Second Niger Bridge is the Right of the Igbos
The governor of Ebonyi state has declared that the second Niger bridge project is the Igbo peoples’ right as well as that of the people of south east region of the country. The governor made this known on Thursday saying the bridge and other project are not favours from the government but the right of the people.
Bill for the Appointment of Permanent Secretaries at LG level in Cross River state
On Thursday, 22nd November, the chairman of the Cross River Local Government Service Commission disclosed that a bill has been moved to the State House of Assembly for the appointment of Permanent Secretaries at the local Government level. The chairman, Dr Peter Adegen revealed this in Calabar during the earnest assembly marking the 40th anniversary of the National Union of Local Government Employees.
Minimum wage bill to get accelerated hearing and passage
The chairman of the House of Representative Committee on Labour, Employment and Productivity has declared that the minimum wage bill will get prompt hearing and passage from the national assembly. The chairman, Rep Ezenwa Onyewuchi said this while granting an interview to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Thursday.
At least 12 people injured as Airforce helicopter Crash Lands
At least twelve people including soldiers and lawmakers were injured in the Philippines Tarlac Province of North Manila. As an air force helicopter crash landed on Thursday. The unfortunate incident which was said to have happened around 2pm local time also got the pilot of the air craft injured.
Saudi Crown Prince Get on Foreign tour Ever since Kashoggi Murder
The Crown Prince of Saudi, Prince Mohammed bin Salman has left for his visit to brotherly Arab countries. This is at the request of his father, King Salman. This journey will be the Crown Prince’s first official trip from the time when the Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered.
Armed Robbers Sentenced to Death by Hanging In Abeokuta
Two men have been sentenced to death by handing after all evidence tendered has proven to find them guilty of conspiracy and armed robbery. The two men, Agbaraojo Abolore, 39 and Adeniyi Dada, 32 were sentenced to death by hanging by Justice Olatokunbo Majekodunmi at the Abeokuta High court on Thursday.
Suspected Boko Haram Gunmen Kill Eight at French Drilling Camp in Niger
It has been revealed that eight local employees of a French Drilling camp at Niger has been killed by suspected Boko haram members. The unfortunate incident happened on Thursday when the suspected killers invaded the employees’ sleeping area in the Diffa region, south eastern Niger.