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The lawyer said there is the likelihood that the Senate is not aware of its standing rules which also prevents her from interfering in issues before the court.
The Senate on Thursday, October 5, resolved to ensure that the executive arm of government does not embark on selective implementation of the 2017 budget.
The Senate has launched an investigation into allegations of corruption leveled against the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, by Senator Misau.
Following a recent petition, the Nigerian Senate on Tuesday, October 3, began the probe of arbitrary dismissal of 38 military officers by the Nigerian army.
The Nigerian Senate has asked the ministry of power, works and housing to remove all speed bumps indiscriminately erected on federal highways nationwide.
He was re-elected to the Senate in 2011 and again for a third term in 2015 and is currently the chairman of the committee on ecology and climate change.
A bill which prescribes the death sentence for anyone who engages in the act of kidnapping, has been unanimously approved by the upper legislative chamber.
The Nigerian Senate leadership on Wednesday, September 27 swore-in Andrew Uchendu as the senator representing Rivers East Senatorial district in the red chamber
Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe has denied that he was queried by the Senate for standing surety for the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.
Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe was queried by his colleagues, mostly from the northern part of the country, for standing as surety for IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
Nigeria's National Assembly on Tuesday, September 26, picked some new committee chairmen and deputies after resuming from its long time annual vacation
The Senate has invited the minister of budget and national planning, Udo Udoma and his finance counterpart, Adeosun over the lack of funding of the 2017 budget.
Members of the Nigerian Senate went into a closed-door session, which commenced at exactly 10:51 am after its resumption today, Tuesday, September 26.
The Nigerian Senate has highlighted some of its legislative priorities as the National Assembly resumes from its annual recess on Tuesday, September 26.
An unnamed senator has been accused by the chairman of the Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources , of receiving a $10 million bribe to scuttle the PIGB.
The chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, Professor Itse Sagay, has once again accused Nigerian senators of getting overpaid.
IPOB said but for the senate, the security operatives under the operation were ready to commence the ‘mass execution of innocent members’ of the organisation.
Three members of the House of Representatives have accused Senate President Bukola Saraki of supporting the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra.
The former chairman of the National Human Rights Commission(NHRC), Chidi Odinkalu described the bill as unnecessary. The bill has led to uproar among Nigerians.
The president of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, has met with northern members of the upper chamber to fashion out ways to quell tensions around the country.
The PDP said the judgment of the Federal High Court which sacked Albert Akpan and declared Bassey Etim as his lawful replacement was not in its interest.
President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, is currently meeting with members of the southeast caucus. The meeting, which is holding at the residence of the Deputy.