COMMENT | Not Too Young To Run Bill And Independent Candidacy Bill: A challenge to the Nigerian Youth By Banks Omishore

By Bamikole Omishore The time of youth is the best time of one’s life; the peak period when purpose should be chased and dreams fulfilled. It is however a parody that according to reports 73% of young people are restricted from running for office even when eligible to vote, and 51% of the population are … Continue reading COMMENT | Not Too Young To Run Bill And Independent Candidacy Bill: A challenge to the Nigerian Youth By Banks Omishore

EFCC CHAIR: Civil Group Slams Those Castigating Akeredolu SAN, Over Comment On Anti-Graft Boss

By Adenike Lucas  A group fighting for social justice in Nigeria have hit out at those antagonising the Ondo State Governor over his comment on the status of Ibrahim Mustafa Magu's employment. Transparency for Social Justice and Equity, a non-governmental organisation came out to defend Mr Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, saying "it is sick that people … Continue reading EFCC CHAIR: Civil Group Slams Those Castigating Akeredolu SAN, Over Comment On Anti-Graft Boss

Barrister Ajulo: Anti-Buhari Protestors Are Misguided

By Adenike Lucas Former spokesperson for the Labour party has spoken against those agitating for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari. Kayode Ajulo made his comment following a protest led by Deji Adeyanju. Mr Adeyanju demanded last week for people to take to the street to ask for the President to return from his medical … Continue reading Barrister Ajulo: Anti-Buhari Protestors Are Misguided

Senate Tells Protesters: FG Is Working, Buhari’s Absence’s Not A Violation Of The Constitution

By Adenike Lucas The Senate has told protesters demanding for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari to exercise caution. APC UK said four people turned up to protest at the Abuja House in London yesterday. When asked, the demonstrators could not express themselves and did not have a clue as to why they were protesting. … Continue reading Senate Tells Protesters: FG Is Working, Buhari’s Absence’s Not A Violation Of The Constitution

Sagay Saying Nonsense, He Should Keep Quite – Senate

By LEKE BAIYEWU,  ENIOLA AKINKUOTU and OLALEYE ALUKO The Senate on Saturday replied Sagay, asking him to stop making ‘nonsensical statements’ capable of denigrating the nation’s parliament. The red chamber stated this while reacting to a statement credited to the professor of law, which was widely published in the mass media on Saturday. Sagay had … Continue reading Sagay Saying Nonsense, He Should Keep Quite – Senate

Kogi West: Dino Melaye’ll triumph over plots to oust him – Kaze, PDP Chieftain

By Gyang Bere, Jos Former member of the House of Representatives and a Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon. Bitrus Kaze, has taken a swipe at Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State over plot to recall the senator representing Kogi West in the National Assembly, Dino Melaye. Kaze who together with Dino, were … Continue reading Kogi West: Dino Melaye’ll triumph over plots to oust him – Kaze, PDP Chieftain

Bukola Saraki Tweets “Hardworking” Deputy Chief Of Staff Birthday Message

By Adenike Lucas The President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has taken to Twitter to pay tribute to his hardworking Deputy Chief of Staff on his 50th birthday. Bukola Saraki, whose leadership has been lauded for introducing positive change in the upper legislative chamber, such as the passage of the 'Not Too Young To Run … Continue reading Bukola Saraki Tweets “Hardworking” Deputy Chief Of Staff Birthday Message

Bill To Give NFIU Autonomy Passes Second Reading

By Adenike Lucas Lawmakers yesterday passed the second reading of a bill that would help to give Nigeria's Financial Unit autonomy.  The Nigerian Financial Intelligence Agency autonomous bill sponsored by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Anti-Corruption and Financial Crimes, Chukwuma Utazi on July 20, was in reaction to an exclusive expose by this news site, on … Continue reading Bill To Give NFIU Autonomy Passes Second Reading

COMMENT | EFCC Chair: Before Lawyers Ruin Magu And democracy

By Martins Oloja In this season of too many inclusive matters, managing priorities becomes an urgent matter of public interest. One of the priorities that those in power should consider immediately is the unfinished business of confirmation of Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. I believe the business should … Continue reading COMMENT | EFCC Chair: Before Lawyers Ruin Magu And democracy