The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tajudeen Abbas has stated that over 60,000 Nigerians have been killed as a result of the incessant clashes between herders and farmers. He also lamented that, farmers and herders clashes which were hitherto seen as a regional or a confined conflict have taken a new dimension as it […]

The House of Representatives have adjourned plenary over an interruption of power in the lower chamber. Speaker of the House, FEMI GBAJABIAMILA, was compelled to call for an adjournment after the power went out. The situation forced the lawmakers to exit the chamber in darkness, using their phone torchlights. This is coming a day after […]

The House of Representatives has called on the National Identity Management Commission NIMC to redesign the national identity card. The call followed the unanimous adoption of a motion of urgent public importance moved by a member of the House, Fredrick Agbedi, at the plenary on Wednesday. The House of Reps said that the national identity […]

Members of the House of Representatives have denied an alleged plot to impeach the Speaker of the House of Representatives, FEMI GBAJABIAMILA. The lawmakers made the disclaimer during Tuesday’s plenary amid reports that the Northern Caucus of the House was planning to impeach the speaker to ensure that the controversial Water Resources Bill was passed. […]

The House of Representatives has stepped down a motion to call on the Federal Government to halt the proposed ban on motorcycles. A member from Jigawa State, ABUBAKAR YALLEMAN, had moved the motion during the plenary, praying the House to urge the Federal Government to restrict the ban to local governments where banditry and terrorism […]

The House of Representatives has hailed the Supreme Court judgement, which struck out the suit by President MUHAMMADU BUHARI, looking to void the provision of section 84 subsection 12 of the Electoral Amendment Act 2022 The Spokesperson of the House, Rep. Benjamin Kalu, made the commendation while speaking with NAN in Abuja. The court had […]

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