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    Politics FLASHBACK: In 2000, policemen invaded Okadigbo’s residence to retrieve senate’s mace – The Cable

    There is nothing new under the sun. On Wednesday, Ovie Omo-Agege, a senator from Delta state, led some unidentified persons into the upper legislative chamber of the national assembly and the senate’s symbol of authority was carted away in an operation that lasted less than 10 minutes. This...
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    Politics Visiting Ghanaian lawmakers watch as thugs invade Senate, steal mace – Punch Newspapers

    Lawmakers from Ghana were on a visit to the National Assembly on Wednesday when the hoodlums invaded the Senate chamber and stole the mace. The Ghanaians, who were also as confused as the Nigerians scampering to safety, watched in amazement. Read more via Punch Newspapers –...
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    Politics Reps Suspend 2019 Election Sequence Re-Ordering Bill - Premium Times

    The House of Representatives on Wednesday suspended action on the Bill for an Act to amend the Electoral Act 2010 to make provision for sequence of elections. This followed a request by the sponsor of the Bill, Edward Pwajok, to withdraw it. READ MORE HERE
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    Politics Senate Mace Snatching: Names Of Arrested Suspects Emerge (See List) - Independent

    INDEPENDENT has exclusively obtained the names of the five suspects who were on Wednesday arrested by the FCT Police Command The suspects, who were allegedly led into the Red Chambers by Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, are all from Delta State The names are: Tuoyo Mabiaku – Warri North Local...
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    Politics National Assembly will not allow concession of national assets – Dogara – PM NEWS Nigeria

    The Speaker of House of Representatives, Mr Yakubu Dogara, says the National Assembly will not allow concession of any national economic assets. Read more via PM NEWS Nigeria – http://ift.tt/2EninrR -- Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Metro House Of Reps Shocker: Obsolete Equipment Worth Billions Abandoned In 14 Nigerian Hospitals

    The Nigerian House of Representatives’ Committee on Health, has made a shocking discovery of obsolete equipment worth billions in several hospitals across the nation, the Guardian newspaper reports. Although the Guardian report mention only the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH)...
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    Politics National Assembly Begins Final Discussions On 1999 Constitution Amendment

    The Joint Committees of Nigeria's House of Representatives and the Senate as well as State Houses of Assembly are converged in Lagos state to conclude the work on the amendment of the 1999 constitution. Lagos state governor, Akinwumi Ambode who declared the forum open said there is need to fix...
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    Politics 8 Pressing Issues Before The Nigerian Senate As They Resume

    The National assembly will, today, resume for plenary the first time in 2017. Senate president, Bukola Saraki during the break said the Nation's assembly will expedite actions that will revive Nigeria's ailing economy. During the break, Mr. Saraki also met with the President on more than one...
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    Politics Dino Melaye Threatens President Buhari

    Kogi-born Senator, Dino Melaye on Wednesday lamented the continued delay in the replacement of the Kogi State Ministerial slot after the demise of the late Minister of State for Employment, Labour and Productivity, James Ocholi, SAN, who alongside his wife and son died in a ghastly...