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APC CRISIS | Governors Parley with Presidency, Meeting Deadlocked

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yester­day held a closed-door meeting with the leadership of the National Assembly and some state gov­ernors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) over some thorny national issues caus­ing disaffection in the ruling party. The two-hour parley, held at the Osinbajo’s office, ended in a deadlock. It commenced shortly be­fore President Muhammadu […]

FLASH| 10 APC Senators Pledge Votes For Ekweremadu

There is No Such Plan – Deputy Senate President We’re Watching Developments at Senate – APC Ten senators who are members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) have concluded a deal with the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to support its candidate for the Senate Presidency if Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki is forced to […]

Certain APC Leaders Opposed My Ministerial Appointment – Femi Falana

Legal Luminary Femi Falana has spoken out on why President Muhammadu Buhari did not appoint him a minister. In an interview, Femi Falana said: “I was actually contacted. I was actually invited to come on board. It took me appreciable time to make up my mind. “Along the way, I was made to understand there were […]

APC Senators Urge Buhari To Re-Introduce Toll Booths

APC Senators on Thursday advised the President Muhammadu Buhari’s government  to immediately re-introduce toll gates on every Federal Road in the country in order to generate necessary funds to fix the dilapidated infrastructure. Adopting the report of the Ad-hoc Committee on Works on the “Total Collapse of Federal Roads in Nigeria” during  plenary on Thursday, the […]

OP-ED| APC’S CHANGE AND IT’S ENDLESS DRAMA. – Enenim Ubon ( @EnenimUbon )

As news filtered from the senate that Nigeria’s ‘change agents’ senators had vehemently opposed a motion sponsored by the opposition PDP senators seeking to compel the federal government to begin payment of the 5,000 Naira monthly stipend it promised unemployed graduates during the electioneering campaigns, not a few Nigerians were taken aback by the retrogressive […]