Who killed Offa robbery- gang kingpin, Michael Adikwu?

The  alleged death and the announcement by the police of the death of the leader of the gang that robbed five banks and killed 32 people in Offa on April 5, is causing controversy in the country. the mysterious death of the suspects is causing confusion among Kwara and Offa residents as to what must killed the suspected armed robber leader in such circumstances. Meanwhile, Kwara residents are demanding from the police the true story of the death of the armed robbery kingpin. Nigerians were shocked when the police in…

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Election Sequence: Saraki Lauds Appeal Court Verdict

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has praised  the judgement of the Court of Appeal which  upheld the powers of the National Assembly to make laws, including the bill amending election sequence. The judgement dismissed the earlier verdict of the Federal High Court which stopped the National Assembly from overriding the assent of the President on the bill. Saraki in a statement by his Special Adviser (Media and Publicity), Yusuph Olaniyonu, in Abuja, stated that the judgement has further reinforced the belief of Nigerians that the judiciary remains…

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Saraki criticises Buhari’s approval for withdrawal of $1bn security equipment

Saraki criticises Buhari's approval for withdrawal of $1bn security equipment

Saraki criticises Buhari’s approval for withdrawal of $1bn security equipment By NEewsdesk with agency report President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, has criticised the approval given by President Muhammadu Buhari for the withdrawal of $1billion for the purchase of security equipment. Saraki  stated this at a retreat on tagged “Strengthening Executive -Legislature Relations” organised by the Senate Press Corps held in Jos, Plateau State on Saturday. The Senate President also expressed regret over the delayed passage of the 2018 budget, adding that there must be collaboration and engagement between the Executive…

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Saraki returns to Code of Conduct tribunal again,faces three count charge

Saraki condemns Offa bank robbery, says perpetrators will be arrested

Saraki returns to Code of Conduct tribunal again, faces three count charge By Bimbo Ogunnaike The Senate President, Bukola Saraki has returned to the Code of Conduct Tribunal to face three out of the 18 count charge as directed by the Appeal Court. The Appeal Court held that the Senate President had a case to answer with respect to three of the 18 count charges brought against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). A three-man panel of the Appeal Court led by Justice Tinuade Wilson-Akomolafe on December…

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 Shift to practical education-Saraki urges African leaders

Saraki advocates for review of tax laws

 Shift to practical education-Saraki urges African leaders By news desk with agency report President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has urged African leaders to shift emphasis from the current theoretical system of impacting knowledge in her education system to practical skills based approach so as to  turn around the fortunes of the continent. Saraki made the call while delivering a keynote address at the 2018 Georgetown Africa Business Conference in Washington DC, United States of America. The conference was hosted by the Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business in…

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