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Ekweremadu denies knowledge of alleged Senate rules forgery suit
20 Jun 2016
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, said yesterday that he had no knowledge of the charges reported to have been filed against him over the allegation of forgery of the rules of the Senate.
Senate amends Public Procurement Act to favour local producers
17 Jun 2016
The Senate yesterday passed for third reading a bill to re-enact the Public Procurement Act, 2007 to among other things, give patronage to locally made goods in all government procurements.
We failed to plan for economy, says Senate
10 Jun 2016
An occasion that was supposed to be an exuberant celebration of the one year’s anniversary of the Senate yesterday became one of sober reflection at the upper legislative ...
Senate summons Ngige over threat to revoke banks’ licences
9 Jun 2016
The Senate yesterday directed its Committee on Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Institutions to invite the Labour and Employment Minister, Chris Ngige, for interrogation over his threat to revoke the licences ...
This Senate thinks, works Nigeria
9 Jun 2016
I give a lot of thanks to our Creator, mighty God for giving one the opportunity. I believe this is a new challenge. The change in bringing about this government, one played a very key role.
Senate queries Chevron over $7.4b contract inflation
8 Jun 2016
The Senate yesterday began investigation into the inflation of the contract sum of the Escravos Gas To Liquid Project (EGTL) from $2.9 billion to $10.3 billion, an increase of $7.4 billion, by Chevron Nigeria.
House joint committee holds stakeholders’ forum
4 Jun 2016
The Senate and House of Representatives Joint Committee on Capital Market and Institutions woill hold a two-day stakeholders’ forum on “Realizing the Full Potentials of The Nigerian Economy ...
Drug, food counterfeiters may face life imprisonment - Saraki
3 Jun 2016
The President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has said that individuals convicted of producing and selling counterfeit and fake drugs as well as unwholesome processed foods may be jailed for life.
Senate accuses auditor-general of negligence over MDAs’ annual reports
27 May 2016
The Senate yesterday chided the Auditor-General of the Federation, Mr. Samuel Ukura, for “gross negligence” over audited annual reports of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) of government from 2009 to 2014.
National Assembly: Stabilising after shaky takeoff
27 May 2016
Regardless of the shaky beginning, the lawmakers irrespective of their party affiliations were able to put their acts and thoughts together and settled down to carry out their real legislative business.
Senate blames governors over local council administration
26 May 2016
The Senate yesterday expressed dissatisfaction over the indiscriminate dissolution of Local Government Councils and their frequent replacement with caretaker committees by state governors.
Senate throws out Frivolous Petitions Bill
18 May 2016
The Senate yesterday threw out the Frivolous Petitions (Prohibition) Bill 2015 and suspended all further consideration of the proposed law.