Nigerian Senate News
Julius Berger, a construction company in Nigeria, has given an assurance that the Lagos-Ibadan expressway would be completed by 2021. The firm made this known through it operational manager during a meeting with Senate committee.
The Nigerian Senate through the Senate minority leader, Senator Biodun Olujimi on Sunday, November 11, has asked the Presidency not to blame it or its members for the delay in the passage of the nation's annual budget.
Abaribe’s lawyer, Chukwu Machukwu Ume (SAN) in a letter dated Wednesday, November 7, asked the Nigerian Ambassador in Israel to use his good offices to find the true status of Nnamdi Kanu from the government of Israel.
Lagos is usually regarded as the pride of Nigeria. But it would appear that not all people see the urban state as such. A Nigerian man has taken to recounting how a Kenyan lady has come to describe the city as a former war zone.
In a statement sent to journalists by his spokesman, the governor alleged that Senator Uzodinma was burdened by at least two criminal cases, besides standing on a wealth of unknown means, including issuance of dud cheques.
The Senate has adjourned plenary to allow members attend the ongoing African Parliamentary Union meeting. The lawmakers resumed to adopt the Votes and Proceedings of the last legislative day and thereafter adjourned till Tuesday.