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President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo have taken a big step towards ending the constant fight between the Presidency and the National Assembly.
President Buhari and vice president Osinbajo have taken a big step towards ending the constant fight between the Presidency and the National Assembly.
The National Assembly is committed to passing two Bills in April that will guarantee easy access to credit facilities by Small and Medium Scale Enterprises.
The secrecy with which the leadership of National Assembly has handled its budgets and funds is putting members on a collision path against the leaders.
The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo had said that his decision to withhold the four bills passed by the Senate is pursuant to Section 58(4) of the Constitution.
This is part of the amendment to be contained in the new constitution expected to be out by March this year for onward transmission to President Buhari
The Nigerian Senate is in the process of amending to constitution grant immunity to lawmakers at federal and state levels of government.
The Senate has reversed its confirmation of the nomination of an aide to the president as a member of the governing board of the NCC.
National Assembly has gone ahead to buying lawmakers' exotic cars despite earlier complaints from Nigerians about the expense of such magnitude.
The trial of Senate president, Dr Bukola Abubakar Saraki, over alleged false assets declaration continues today, October 7.
Members of the National Assembly are not finding it easy to recoup their money under President Muhammadu Buhari and this is causing concerns.
About 3,000 legislative aides to Senators and members of the House of Representatives are currently laying siege at the National Assembly
The National Assembly staff were said to have masterminded the operation in collaboration with their colleagues from outside.
The Nigerian Government has dismissed all allegations of forgery against former Clerk of the National Assembly and his deputy.
The National Assembly has called on President Buhari to engage in meaningful and inclusive dialogue with the aggrieved Niger Delta militants
The presidency has given conditions for the appearance of President Muhammadu Buhari before the National Assembly.
The Senate may have thought it was doing Nigerians a major good when it recently came up with eight emergence bills to tackle recession.
NASS has said it is imperative for President Buhari to address joint session of the NASS to outline plans to pull Nigeria out of recession.
NASS should adopt all possible means to resolve the challenges facing the nation, to see that the economic recession is short-lived.
The Nigerian Senate resumed from its Sallah recess with Bukola Saraki, its president, reminding his colleagues of hunger in the land.
A senior member of the House of Representatives, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has laughed off the alleged attempt by the House to suspend him
The national assembly (NASS) resumes September 20 after around two months of recess and a stormy session is expected to kick off proceedings