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Ali Ndume

26 Jun 2020
Senator Ali Ndume agrees to stand surety for Maina in money laundering trial
10 Oct 2019
Why I visited Vice President Osinbajo - Ali Ndume
9 Oct 2019
2020 Budget: I'm not against borrowing, says Ali Ndume
9 Oct 2019
Sen. Ali Ndume, (APC-Borno South) has provided more insight on why he pushed the Bill for an Act to establish the Communication Service Tax. According to the who spoke in an interview with State House correspondents, increasing VAT would have a spiral effect on the populace as it would affect the poor more.According to him, the effect will be on everybody and even commodity transportation from one point to another which always affect the poor.
22 Jul 2019
Ali Ndume speaks on North-East humanitarian crisis
12 Jun 2019
Ndume speaks on mistakes of Saraki led 8th Senate.
12 Jun 2019
Why I insisted on contesting for Senate President - Ali Ndume
13 May 2019
Senator Ndume explains why he'll not forsake his Senate President's ambition.
23 May 2018
Ali Ndume, a senator of the All Progressives Congress, has denied having a hand in last month’s invasion of the Senate by hoodlums.
30 Mar 2017
Senate suspends Ali Ndume for six months.
16 Mar 2017
It is abnormal to address a security report to the senate clerk - Ali Ndume
27 Jan 2017
Senate President Bukola Saraki has named Ali Ndume as the new chairman of the committee on Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

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