Biafra, Arewa youths ultimatum unlawful, impermissible – Nigerian Senators
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Biafra, Arewa youths ultimatum unlawful, impermissible - Nigerian Senators
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U.K. Supreme Court President Brenda Hale speaks in London about the court's unanimous finding that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
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Nigerian Senators disagree over closure of borders
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Pay riders protest unlawful extortion by RTEAN, NURTW.
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The Senate today, has adjourned plenary session until the 5th of November. The Senate upon resumption of a two weeks break which was to enable committees to hold budget defence with the various Ministries, Departments and Agencies, (MDAs).
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What Senator Utazi said about former Senators and abandoned healthcare centers.
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We need to honour late Brigadier General Mobolaji, Remi Tinubu tells Senators
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The South-East National Assembly Caucus, Thursday protested the exclusion of all the five states in the zone in the list of beneficiaries of the $22.79 billion foreign loan approved for the federal government by the Senate last week.
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The Nigerian Senate again has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to impose a travel ban on countries with high risks of coronavirus so as to prevent having an epidemic in the country.
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Police arrest 67 IPOB members for unlawful assembly, Nigerian soldier jailed for killing WHO staff and more
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