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Climate change fueling insecurity- Bago

Climate change has been identified as one of the factors responsible for the state of insecurity ravaging the country.  Niger State governor, Umar Bago, while declaring

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Reps seat: A’Court verdict excites Kalu

Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Benjamin Kalu, has expressed delight over judgment of the Court of Appeal, which dismissed the petition of the

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Imo guber: Ihedioha in trouble over absence from PDP campaign flag-off

Barely any last minute intervention, former Imo State governor, Emeka Ihedioha, may be sanctioned over his absence at the flag-off of the Peoples Democratic Party


Bayelsa guber: APC walking a familiar path?

The All Progressives Congress ( APC) is in a fix. Last week, a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, disqualified its candidate for the November

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Reps panels get October 3 deadline to wind up

House of Representatives has given all its Ad-hoc Committees October 3 deadline to conclude their assignments and report back to the House for further legislative

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Coalition tips Anyanwu to win Imo guber poll

A youth group, the  Coalition of Imo Young Professionals (CIYP) has tipped the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) candidate, Samuel Anyanwu to win the November


Kalu lauds Nigeria, China relationship

The Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, Benjamin Kalu, has lauded the diplomatic and trade relationship between Nigeria and China, describing it as mutually benefical. Kalu,

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Reps constitute 66 friendship committees

House of Representatives has constituted a total of 66 friendship committees, as part of efforts to deepen its relationships with parliaments in different parts of


PEPT verdict: Support Tinubu, APC chief urges Atiku, Obi

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress ( APC) in Anambra State, Chief Kodilichukwu Okelekwe, has charged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, former


How LP ‘ll provide effective opposition –Ogene

In the 2023 general election, the Labour Party won 35 federal constituencies to emerge the second opposition party with the largest number of seats, after