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The House of Representatives has resolved to probe the activities of the defunct Presidential Task Team on Pension Reforms under former President Jonathan.
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara has said the fight to totally eliminate corruption will be a futile effort as it cannot be eliminated.
Lawmaker Hon Jibrin is pictured watching the Chelsea VS Manchester United game, last night. He even thanked his suspension by the House of reps members.
The House of Representatives today, January 25 debated the general principles of a bill for an act to provide for media coverage of court proceedings in Nigeria
The bill majorly seeks to make more stringent the Offence of Failure to Attend Investigative Hearings of Legislative Houses and for Other Related Matters.
Ayeola who is the chairman, Lagos state caucus in the House of Reps, said plots to upstage Tinubu in the region ahead of the 2019 general election will fail.
National Assembly has gone ahead to buying lawmakers' exotic cars despite earlier complaints from Nigerians about the expense of such magnitude.
Lawmakers say MMM scheme promoters are fraudsters exploiting Nigeria's current poor economic condition to defraud them and must be arrested.
Some members of the House of Representatives have backed Mrs Aisha Buhari over her comments in a recent interview with the BBC.
The national assembly (NASS) resumes September 20 after around two months of recess and a stormy session is expected to kick off proceedings
A report has revealed how Nigerian federal lawmakers received bogus allowances even with the country experiencing a recession.
Three Nigerian lawmakers have been accused by the United States of America of attempted rape and soliciting for sex during a visit to the country.
Three Nigerian lawmakers have been accused by the United States of attempted rape and soliciting for sex during a visit to the country.
Lawmaker has called upon President Buhari to apply the carrot and stick approach in addressing the Niger Delta crisis.