National Assembly members notorious for demanding bribe – Jega
03 June 2018 | 11:00 am
National Assembly members notorious for demanding bribe - Jega.
10 Jul 2019
Shiite members storm National Assembly, shoot policemen, NSCDC officer.
19 Jul 2019
The FCT Police Command has arraigned 38 members of the El-Zakzaky Islamic Movement of Nigeria in various courts situated in Abuja.
28 Jul 2019
Ado Doguwa speaks on how National Assembly plans to stop Shiite protests
16 Aug 2019
Nigeria’s National Assembly to lock up in October over 2020 budget defence
27 Aug 2019
Executive kickstarts move to send 2020 budget to National Assembly
19 Sep 2019
Young Nigerians storm National Assembly, protest against Bobrisky’s alleged transgender lifestyle, LGBT.
8 Oct 2019
Moment Buhari arrived National Assembly to present the 2020 budget
18 Oct 2019
Buhari signs five bills passed by Saraki, Dogara led National Assembly
23 Oct 2019
Senator Kabiru Gaya, representing Kano South Senatorial district, has said the National Assembly may deregister 85 political parties The lawmaker, who is also chairman, Senate Committee on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), also said that the National Assembly might consider the de-registration of some political parties in Nigeria.
4 Dec 2019
A group of protesters on Wednesday went to the National Assembly to demand the withdrawal of the bills on hate speech and social media. Deji Adeyanju, a civil activist who led the protesters to the National Assembly gate described the bills as “obnoxious”. The protesters carried placards bearing various inscriptions aimed at rejecting the bills.
21 Dec 2019
Multi-award-winning columnist and Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board gives a breakdown of what ₦37bn could provide for Nigerians in the latest episode of ‘Inside Stuff.’
12 Mar 2020
Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, Clement Nwankwo has called for the jettisoning of a bill that will regulate the use of social media in Nigeria, entitled, Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulations Bill.
We bring you reactions from the illustrated press to ongoing protests in Iran after the death of a woman in custody of the morality police.
Half of the coaches in the NSWL were either fired or resigned in 2021 following misconduct allegations. An independent investigation found that the league did little to address sexual harassment and other abuses.
Car bombings in central Somalia claimed the lives of scores of people, including senior regional officials. Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack as the government ups its efforts against the terror group.
Kim Kardashian to pay $1.26 million for 'unlawfully touting' cryptocurrency and breaking rules set out by SEC
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Kim Kardashian is to pay $1.26 million for "unlawfully touting" cryptocurrency and breaking the rules set out by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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The European Commission has approved Berlin's plans to subsidize BASF efforts to produce green hydrogen in Ludwigshafen. The chemical industry uses hydrogen in bulk, but it's expensive and carbon-intensive at present.
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Russia's military has called up over 300,000 reservists for duty in its war against Ukraine. But countries bordering Russia report almost 200,000 Russian nationals have crossed since the mobilization was declared. Others are staying and protesting.