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Presidency Backs IGP, Calls Senate Enemy Of Democracy

Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay, has reacted to the senate’s resolution declaring the Inspector General of Police, Ibarhim Idris, an enemy of democracy after he failed to honor their invitation for the third time.

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Primitive Politics Played By APC Must Stop – Okorocha

Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha, has berated Nigerian politicians for practicising what he termed primitive politics. The governor said this while reacting to the violence that characterised the APC National ward congress which took place over the weekend.

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PDP To Osinbajo: You Are a Beneficiary Of Corruption 

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says Nigerians, particularly, the younger generation, are thoroughly disappointed in Vice President Yemi Osinbajo for allowing himself to be used as the poster boy for diversion of public attention from the impunity and corruption that saturate the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led Federal Government.

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Police Arrests Governorship Aspirant

A gubernatorial aspirant of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, in Adamawa State, Mr Abel Behora, has been arrested by the police. Adamawa State Command spokesman, Othman Abubakar (SP), confirmed the development to NAN. He said Behora was arrested and detained for alleged defamation, inciting the public against constituted authority, and giving false information against the Police. The suspect is alleged …

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Police invites Sen. Shehu Sani to its headquarters

Shehu Sani, the Senator representing Kaduna Central, on Monday confirmed that the police have invited him to its headquarters in Kaduna State. Confirming the invitation through his Twitter handle, Sani said the police invited him to the station at 10:45am on Monday. Although, Shehu did not disclose the reasons why he was invited to the police headquarters. The senator said …

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