Special Presidential Investigative Panel for the Recovery of Public Property (SPIP) on Wednesday, June 5, said corruption cases of eight politicians have been transferred to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) for investigation. The Nation reports that SPIP chairman Okoi Obono-Obla said the panel discovered that the politicians acquired properties beyond their legitimate earnings. Obono-Obla […]
After 20 years in the Senate, the immediate past president of the Senate, David Mark will on Tuesday embark on a ‘Thank you tour’ to his Benue South Senatorial zone. A statement issued by Paul Mumeh, Media Assistant to Mark said that the tour is to appreciate his people for the trust and confidence reposed […]
No fewer than sixteen persons have indicated interest in the seat of the immediate past President of the Senate, David Mark, in Benue South Senatorial district. This came following the release of the final and successful list of candidates by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Thursday. Mark is stepping aside after spending 20 […]
Daniel Onjeh, who is contesting the Benue South Senatorial District seat with former Senate President David Mark, today expressed horror to discover that the area lacks representation in the Upper House, Mr. Mark’s office having been discovered to be “shut” in the last four months! Onjeh made the revelation in a detailed statement explaining efforts […]
Senator David Mark speaking at the North -Central zonal congress of the PDP held in Abuja, at the weekend, said Nigerians know that the PDP was the best party for them. “Nigerians can now spot the difference. The PDP is still the right choice. Therefore, we must respond positively and ultimately return the nation to […]
Fulani herdsmen, on Friday, shot at the convoy of former Senate President, David Mark, during his assessment tour of the destroyed Agatu communities in Benue State. The former Senate President, however, escaped unhurt. Mark was in company with the erstwhile Minister of Interior, Comrade Abba Moro; a member House of the Representatives for Ohimini/Otukpo, Constituency, […]
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