Saraki calls emergency meeting of National Assembly leaders

Reports have emerged that the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has called a meeting of the leaderships of the two chambers of the National Assembly. The meeting, expected to be attended by principal officers of the Senate and the…

What is the due process of an impeachment notice?

[8/2, 09:56] Moderator: INTRODUCTION : Happy new month and welcome to August my name is Ibaba. O. Ibaba and may the blessings of August and the favor of God meet us at our various points of need. BACKGROUND : crisis rocking the nation’s…

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Full text of Saraki’s cross carpeting announcement and the implications for APC

The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, on Tuesday announced that he is leaving the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), accusing forces within the party of causing his exit. Saraki is the third in hierarchy in Nigeria’s current governance structure coming after…

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Defection, Siege, Abduction: A tale of Pre 2019.

[7/26, 09:47/2018] Moderator: INTRODUCTION. Hello out there and thanks for joining us on talk-am platform my name is Ibaba. O. Ibaba and I am privileged to be on the podium this Thursday to discuss trending issues in our polity and…

Benue Governor, Ortom Defects From APC To PDP

Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom has announced his defection from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The governor made the announcement during a meeting with elected local government chairmen and councillors on Wednesday at the Government…

Police to Saraki: turn yourself in or face consequences

The police have asked Senate President Bukola Saraki to turn himself in for questioning or face the consequence. Saraki appeared to have failed to honour an invitation to appear before homicide detectives in Abuja at 8:00 a.m. today. The police…

BREAKING:15 Senators Dump APC For PDP

No fewer than fifteen (15) senators under the platform of the All Progressives Congress, Nigeria’s ruling party have defected to the Peoples Democratic Party, Nigeria’s main opposition party. The notice of defection was contained in a letter read by Senate…

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