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Shut down Senate for turning against Nigerians - MURIC The Nigerian polity has witnessed several earth-shaking incidents in the past few weeks due to apparent deadlock in the relationship between the executive and the Nigerian Senate.
Full text of the letter from DSS that sunk Magu before Senate Spokesman of the Senate, Sabi Abdullahi has said that a majority of Senators rejected the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairmanship nominee, Ibrahim Magu, because of his failure to defend himself and clear the air regarding the allegations raised by the Department of State Services (DSS), challenging his integrity.
BREAKING: Nigeria Senate Rejects Magu as EFCC Boss On Wednesday, the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, reject the move to confirm Mr. Ibrahim Magu as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
BILL ON WOMEN’S RIGHTS: Don’t Interfere with Islamic Laws - MURIC The Nigerian Senate has been rushing through a bill on discrimination against women and equal inheritance shares since August 2016. The bill has gone through its second reading. But the Sultan of Sokoto and President General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Alhaji Muhammad Sa‘ad Abubakar III, has already expressed strong objection to the bill.
Nigerian Senate Demands the Reintroduction of Toll Gates. On Tuesday, the Nigerian Senate has passed a resolution, which is in full support of the reintroducing of toll gate for the conduct of the Nigeria’s federal highways.
Nigeria's Senate Disagrees With the Sale of National Assets. On Tuesday, the Nigerian Senate made their decisions which goes against the sales of the National assets in combating the on-going economic recession that is gradually tearing the country apart.
Forgery of Senate Rule: Saraki, Others Granted Bail. A federal high court located in Abuja has granted Dr. Bukola Saraki, who is the senate president, alongside his Deputy, Senator Ike Ekweremadu and the fourth defendant bail, due to the charges of standing rules forgery of the Nigerian Senate.