States Houses of Assembly are hostages of governors says Shehu Sani
22 February 2018 | 4:28 am
Senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, said state Houses of Assembly are appendages and 'hostages' of governors.
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9 Aug 2020
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13 Aug 2020
Senator Nwaoboshi has denied receiving a letter requesting a refund of 2.5 billion naira.
17 Oct 2020
Police searched the senator as part of a probe into the diversion of public funds for tackling the coronavirus. The lawmaker is an ally to President Jair Bolsonaro, who worked with him for more than two decades.
26 Nov 2020
Senator Elisha Abbo has no grassroot support - PDP
8 Dec 2020
A moderator introduces debate participants to the the US Senate runoff election in Georgia. Republican Senator David Perdue declined to participate, leaving his opponent, the Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff, to debate in Atlanta facing an empty podium.
16 Dec 2020
Senator Shehu Sani speaks on rising insecurity in Nigeria
19 Feb 2021
Senator Saraki-led PDP reconciliation committee meets former president Goodluck Jonathan
5 Mar 2021
Orlu stakeholders endorse Senator Okorocha's recall
8 Aug 2021
Senator Mark Warner is pushing on Congress to "bring greater transparency to the shadowy world of online advertising." Facebook said it was protecting privacy by closing accounts that study political ads.
4 May 2022
An abducted Cameroonian ruling party senator appears in a video announcing her resignation and calling for anglophone independence. Regina Mundi may have been forced to read this statement by English-speaking separatist militia. Meanwhile, in Congo-Brazzaville, there are calls for the government to do more to identify and support those suffering from mental illness. And as Muslims across Africa prepare to celebrate Eid, preparations have been tainted by soaring prices.
24 May 2022
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Two of the 23 Thai hostages released late November spoke exclusively with DW. They talked about what they saw during their captivity in Hamas' underground tunnels.
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In Belgium, a recent documentary on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has caused shock and soul-searching, reigniting a debate about the way religion is funded in the country. Unlike in neighbouring France, the Belgian state finances officially recognised religions, with representatives of the Catholic Church receiving the best pay. But the abuse scandal has seen many people demand a change in the rules.
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