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The Senate must be prepared to improve or get set to for attack by hungry and angry Nigerians, Oba Rilwan Akiolu of Lagos has warned the senior lawmakers.
The president of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, also promised that the issue could be revisited and passed as the amendment to the 1999 constitution continues.
Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose on Friday, July 29, commended the National Assembly for its passage of the bill to reduce the age limits for elective positions
Senate President, Bukola Saraki has debunked certain media reports that a civil servant resident in Kwara state was sacked for criticizing him on Facebook.
The Senate has clarified the ambiguity emanating from the Nigerian Peace Corps Bill passed on Tuesday, July 25 which elicited reactions across the Nigeria.
The former vice president Atiku Abubakar on Wednesday condemned the Senate's decision to block the bill on the devolution of power to states in Nigeria.
A Bill for an Act to Amend the National Lottery Act sponsored by Senator Obinna Ogba has scaled through the third reading at the Senate and has been passed.
A US rights group US Centre for Justice in Politics has accused Bukola Saraki of abusing his powers as a Senate President by refusing to swear in Senator-elect.
A civil servant in Kwara state have been sacked by the state's civil service commission for criticizing the Senate President Bukola Saraki on his Facebook page.
The Nigerian Senate has voted to grant legislative immunity to members of the upper chamber as part of 33 major amendments to the Nigerian constitution approved
The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday, has passed a bill which proposes 35 as the minimum age for the office of the president and being elected to the Senate.
The Nigerian Senate has voted to alter the constitution to allow independent candidate contest in elections in the country during plenary on Wednesday July 26.
Senate president, Bukola Saraski, has said that the Senate will commence the debate on report for constitution review and stream the debate live on social media
Some media reports had suggested that bill was dropped at the end of the recently concluded joint retreat of national legislators on Constitution Review.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has rejected claims by the Nigerian Senate that it was selling foreign exchange at subsidised rate to some businesses.
The senator said the issue had become a daily occurrence at the country’s sea ports just as he accused commercial banks, shipping companies, terminal owners.
The confirmation came as a shock to some public commentators as the upper chamber had vowed not to confirm any nominee from the Muhammadu Buhari presidency.
The Nigerian Senate has passed a whistle-blowers protection bill meant to protect persons making disclosures for public interest and others from reprisals.
Senate President Bukola Saraki has called on the Comptroller General of Customs Service, Hameed Ali, to put an end to the menace of smuggling in Nigeria.
For the disagreement between the executive and legislative arms of government to end, the National Assembly has revealed three things the Presidency must do.
Saraki said there are currently about 20 subjects at that time, and subsequently they were reduced to 12. In the process of implementing that reforms.
NAIJ.com gathered that Late Mrs Chiamaka De-Freitas allegedly died as a result of postnatal complications at the Medical Art Centre in the Lagos metropolis.