Month: January 2024

Akpabio pledges NASS commitment to national security

AThe President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio has assured Nigerians of the National Assembly’s commitment to carrying out its constitutional role in the ongoing effort by various stakeholders to tackle insecurity in Nigeria. Akpabio gave the assurance at resumption of plenary after the National Assembly recess on Tuesday. He said the Upper Chamber would not […]

Sanwo-Olu assures of compensation as Fourth Mainland Bridge construction  kicks off soon

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has assured that people whose property and businesses would be affected by the planned construction of the Fourth Mainland Bridge would be compensation. The governor, who said this in Lagos, added that a few buildings would be affected. “I am using this opportunity to say that we have done extensive […]

Customs resumes e-auction

The Nigeria Customs Service(NCS) has resumed electronic auctioning of seized cars and other goods that have stayed for long. The Customs National Public Relations Officer, Abdullahi Maiwada, said the e-auction platform was unveiled on Jan.16 to ensure transparent disposal of seized and overtime goods. On the auctioning process, Maiwada said bidders ought to download their […]

Ombugadu loses as Supreme Court affirms Gov. Sule’s election

The Supreme Court on Friday in Abuja affirmed Abdullahi Sule as duly elected governor of Nasarawa  State. In the judgment an all five-member panel of the apex court dismissed the appeals filed by David Ombugadu, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 governorship election in Nasarawa State. Reading the judgment,  Kudirat Kekere-Ekun, […]

Imo Gov. dissolves cabinet

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has dissoved the State Executive Council. QuestNews reports that the dissolution  came barely 24 hours after his swearing in ceremony to serve a second term of four years as the state governor. The governor commended the dissolved cabinet members  for their support and commitment to duty during his firt term […]

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