Police Summon Saraki Over Murder Of 31 People In Kwara

Information reaching the PoliticsNGR newsdesk this evening reveals that the Inspector General of Police, Idris Ibrahim Kpotum, has summoned Senate President, Bukola Saraki over the murder of 31 persons after an armed robbery attack in Kwara. The police said 31 persons were killed in the April 5 attack which shocked the nation. Police said the suspects arrested in the attack confessed to being sponsored by Saraki, describing it as the most deadly armed robbery in the country’s history. Saraki was previously summoned by the police in June, but the invitation…

National Convention: APC Governors, Leaders Fight To Finish

National Convention: APC Governors, Leaders Fight To Finish: Barely three weeks to the national convention of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, on May 14, it’s 24 governors and other national leaders remain polarized over their struggle to control the party’s structure ahead of the 2019 general elections. Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s insistence that the party must hold an elective convention that will usher in a new set of executives, the struggle by the power blocs within the party to control its structure especially at the national level has heightened. While…

Okorocha Imposes N3,000 Development Levy On Every Adult In Imo State

Okorocha Imposes N3,000 Development Levy On Every Adult In Imo State: Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state has ordered all “leviable adults” in the state to pay N3,000 each as “development levy.” According to a statement by Louis Duru, the state Commissioner for Community Government, Culture and Traditional Affairs, the money is to be used for “autonomous community adult development.” Duru said the state had registered at least 2,000 leviable adults in each of the 637 autonomous communities. He added that recognised communities will serve as the collectors and they are…

Thugs Invasion: Senate Summons DSS DG, Police IG; Demands For Explanation

Thugs Invasion: Senate Summons DSS DG, Police IG; Demands For Explanation: The Senate has summoned the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr. Ibrahim Idris and the Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS), Mr. Daura Lawal to appear before it to explain Wednesday’s securiy lapses in the National Assembly. The head of the two security outfits are expected to appear and brief senators on the state of investigation on the invasion and the snatching of the mace, the senate’s symbol of authority. Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who made…

Oby Ezekwesili Reacts To Femi Adesina’s Statement On Buhari Calling Youths Lazy

Oby Ezekwesili Reacts To Femi Adesina’s Statement On Buhari Calling Youths Lazy: Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, has reacted to Femi Adesina’s statement where he said President Buhari never described all Nigerian youths as lazy. According to Adesina, President Buhari said a lot of Nigerian youths are lazy and not all youths. Ezekwesili’s in reaction wrote on twitter: “ .@FemAdesina says the President only said, “a lot of.” “Not all.” A lot of, Plenty o. A lot of, means Majority o. Hmmm. I pray for YOU. May God never let…

Buhari’s Supporters Hold Rally In UK: “Buhari Should Continue Beyond 2019

Buhari’s Supporters Hold Rally In UK: “Buhari Should Continue Beyond 2019 Some Nigerians staged a rally in support of President Buhari and demanded that he continues the progressive change agenda of his government beyond 2019 at the Nigeria House in London,United Kingdom.According to unconfirmed report,each person was allegedly paid 150pounds to participate in the rally. See photos below Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin

2019 Elections: Omoyele Sowore’s Manifesto

2019 Elections: Omoyele Sowore’s Manifesto: 2019 Presidential Candidate & CEO Sahara Reporters “Omoyele Sowore” Shares Manifesto – Read .@YeleSowore the founder of @SaharaReporters and aspirant for @NGRPresident 2019 makes bold promises. *To Create 5 million new jobs. *Pay all federal workers a minimum wage of N100k per month. * Build 17 million new homes. *Expand power capacity to 24,000 MW. There you have it. Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin