Politics

Hearing on validity of Sen. Na'Allah's candidacy adjourned again to April 15

The counsel to Prince Sule-Iko Sami, Usman Hajji, has decried the attitudes of respondents in filing their processes out of time which caused adjournment of the matter to April 15.

The Federal High Court in Birnin Kebbi, had earlier fixed April 11 to commence hearing of witnesses on a case challenging the validity of Sen. Bala Na’Allah’s candidacy for Kebbi South Senatorial District.

Sami has challenged Na’Allah validity at the All Progressives Congress primaries conducted in October 2018.

Justice Sunday Onu on Friday adjourned the matter to April 15.

Read More...
Court fixes April 11 for hearing on Sen. Na'Allah's case

The Federal High Court in Birnin Kebbi, has fixed April 11, to commence hearing of witnesses in a case challenging the validity of Sen. Bala Na’Allah’s candidacy for Kebbi South Senatorial District.

Prince Sule-Iko Sami, has challenged Na’Allah’s validity to contest for a second term at the All Progressives Congress (APC) primary election held in October 2018.

Read More...
Courts fixes April 5 to hear Kebbi APC primaries suit

The Federal High Court in Birnin Kebbi, has again adjourned to April 5 a case challenging the validity of Sen. Bala Na’Allah’s candidacy for Kebbi South Senatorial District.

Alhaji Sule Sami has challenged Na’Allah’s validity to contest for a second term at the All Progressives Congress primary election conducted in October 2018.

Read More...
Niger stakeholders set agenda for Gov. Sani-Bello

All Progressives Congress, APC stakeholders across the 3 Senatorial Districts in Niger State has called on Governor Abubakar Sani-Bello to continue with people-oriented projects and policies; and to also lobby for more federal appointments for the state.

Speaking when they paid congratulatory visits to Governor Sani-Bello in his office in Minna, the stakeholders from each of the zones were unanimous on their call for continuity of people-oriented projects and policies as well as lobbying for more federal appointments.

Read More...
Executive-Legislature harmony vital for democracy, good governance, say Gov. Sani-Bello

Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani-Bello has enjoined the incoming members of the State Assembly to work towards establishing a working synergy between the Legislature and the Executive.

In a congratulatory message issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Malam Jibrin Baba Ndace, the Governor said that the necessity of building a workable and harmonious relationship between the two arms of government could not be overemphasized.

Read More...
Niger becoming an ideal democratic system, Gov. Sani-Bello

Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani-Bello on Wednesday said the state is gradually becoming a model of what is expected of an ideal democratic system.

The Governor stated this in Minna, the state capital when he received the certificate of return from the Independent National Electoral Commission as the winner and the Governor-elect in the 2019 governorship elections.

The Governor also exhibited magnanimity in victory by extending olive branch to all his opponents at the election to join hands with him to take the state to the next level.

Read More...
Niger governor assures of continuous people-oriented projects

Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani-Bello has assured Nigerlites that he would use the next four years to work towards leaving a system that would put the welfare of the people at the center of governance in order to allow them continually feel the impact of the government.

He stated this in Minna, the state capital, when he received All Progressives Congress (APC) stakeholders from Niger South Senatorial District (Zone A) on a congratulatory visit on his victory at the gubernatorial polls.

Read More...
I've no prefered candidates in elections, says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has dismissed rumours and insinuations that he was forcing voters to elect candidates other than those they preferred during the supplementary elections scheduled for 17 states on March 23.

The president stated this in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Friday.

While describing the rumours as baseless, the President said at no time did he give instructions that the electorate should vote particular candidates.

Read More...
Court adjournes case against Sen. Na'Allah

The Federal High Court Birnin Kebbi, has re-adjourned to March 29 a case challenging the validity of Sen. Bala Na’Allah’s candidacy for Kebbi South Senatorial District.

Alhaji Sule Sami has challenged Na’Allah’s validity to contest for a second term at the All Progressives Congress (APC’s) primary election conducted in October 2018.

The presiding judge, Justice Bassey Onu, adjourned the matter to enable him rule on the arguments on the motion by the counsels to the plaintiff and defendant.

Read More...
Niger govt. to relocate Madalla market on Abuja-Kaduna Highway

Apparently disturbed by traffic gridlock, perpetual accidents and environmental hazzards on Abuja- Kaduna Expressway at Madalla market in Suleja Local Government, Niger State government has approved the relocation and construction of a new market.
Commissioner for Investment, Commerce and Industry, Hon. Mudi Mohammed announced the approval after the weekly state executive council meeting in Minna, the state capital.
The new market which would be built under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement of “ Built, Operate and Transfer” will cost N5.7 billion.

Read More...

Pages