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Threat To Scrap LG: NULGE Kicks, Set To Occupy NASS

The Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has today following the move by the National Assembly to abrogate the third tier of government has provoked them into issuing the threat of occupying homes of National Assembly members who are party to the move.

Ballots Should Determine Election Winners Not Court – Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has joined his voice to those calling for the strengthening of electoral laws so that only ballots shall henceforth determine election winners, not law courts. Jonathan explained that in saner climes and by all standards, the electoral management bodies are responsible for returning candidates and declaring winners, while the judiciary complements these electoral empires either through upholding such declarations or otherwise when is there evidence that the process was marred by malpractices and order for a rerun.

Breaking: Jerry Gana Returns To PDP, Say He Is On Rescue Mission

Former Minister of information, Prof. Jerry Gana has accused the government of President Buhari of non-existence. The former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain stated this today at Minna the capital of Niger state when he was accepted back alongside his supporters into the PDP.

Buhari Wrongly Advised To Reject Bills - Lawan

The President of the Senate said wrong advice from a Minister to President Buhari was responsible for his rejection of some National Assembly bills. Lawan stated this at a public hearing organized by the Senate Committee on Health to deliberate on three bills.

The presidency said the former Vice president; Atiku Abubakar cannot absolve himself from the Nigerian woe today as he is part of the problem. Atiku Abubakar who is also a presidential candidate of the people’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 general election had yesterday in Abuja expressed fear over what he described as economic indices which suggest the country was drifting into a failed state.

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