Politics

Ekiti Lawmakers To Fayose: Raise Panel Of Inquiry To Probe Fayemi

The Ekiti State House of Assembly has passed a resolution empowering Governor Ayo Fayose to set up an Administrative Panel of Inquiry or a Judicial Panel of Inquiry to probe his immediate predecessor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi for financial misdemeanour. 

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Alasoadura, Marafa, Adeyeye, 4 other Senators in US for study tour on Oil Industry.

Seven selected Senators are currently in the United States of America (USA) to study operations of the oil industry.   The joint committee members on Petroleum Resources (Upstream, Downstream and Gas) were led on the trip by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream) Chief Tayo Alasoadura. 

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Akande: Group tackles faceless northern groups

● Urges party to always speak up in the interest of APC, Nigeria A socio political group, Asiwaju Grassroots Foundation, on Sunday lambasted faceless groups bent on causing acrimonious relationship among top hierarchy of the governing All Progressive Congress, warning them to desist henceforth.

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Okada Riding Not Good For Ekiti Youth’- Guber Aspirant

An All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant in Ekiti State, Victor Olumuyiwa Kolade, has expressed dismay with the huge number of youths involved in commercial motorcycle riding.  Kolade who spoke while declaring his intent to run for governorship before APC state exco said “okada business is not good for Ekiti youth” many of whom are graduates.

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APC to Organise Communications Workshop for Party’s State Publicity Secretaries

The All Progressives Congress (APC) with support from the International Republican Institute (IRI) will host an External Communications Workshop for the Party’s state Publicity Secretaries in Abuja on Friday, May 12 and Saturday May 13, 2017. 

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Inquest on Adeleke: Government step most acceptable standard in civilized societies – Osun

The attention of the State Government of Osun has been drawn to a press conference purportedly held by the family of the first civilian governor of our state, Senator Isiaka Adeleke where they rejected the Coroner’s Inquest instituted by the Government into the unfortunate and sudden death of our beloved former Governor. This is rather unfortunate.  As a government, the step that has been taken is the most ...

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I have walked 91.5 kilometers freely with my people -Aregbesola

…Says only ex-Chinese, Cuban leaders have surpassed such record Governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, on Saturday brought to fore the closeness of his administration to and the magnitude of his popularity with the people of Osun by stating that he is the only head of government in Africa that has ventured to walk on the streets with the people ...

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Ekweremadu Alleges EFCC Of Plot To Incriminate Him

The Deputy President of the senate Ike Ekweremadu has alleged that a cabal in the Presidency is using the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC to remove him from office and destroy his political career. Senator Ekweremadu, who raised the point of order at plenary yesterday, said he was informed of the plot by a whistle blower within the EFCC and ...

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BREAKING: Senate Confirms Two Ministers

The Nigerian Senate has confirmed President Muhammadu Buhari’s nominees for the two vacant ministerial positions in his cabinet. The nominees confirmed during Wednesday’s plenary are Professor Stephen Nkani Ocheni (Kogi State) and Mr. Suleiman Zana Hassan (Gombe State). Ocheni is replacing James Ocholi, former Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, who died in a road crash. While Hassan is ...

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APC Chieftain Unfolds Empowerment For Ekiti Farmers

An All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain in Ekiti State, Prince Tayo Adebiyi, has identified investment in agriculture as the way out of hunger and unemployment.    Adebiyi spoke in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday while inaugurating a committee to give empowerment to farmers in the state through his foundation, PAT Royal Foundation. 

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