FG Floors Govs As S’Court Frees Lags From Grip 

Supreme Court yesterday ruled that the Federal Government should pay any money standing to the credit of the Local Governments in the Federation directly to the Local Government Councils managed by democratically elected officials.

Senate Rejects Bill To Amend Foreign Exchange Act

The Senate, yesterday, rejected a Bill seeking to amend the Foreign Exchange Act, 2004.

Alleged N33bn Fraud: Ill-health Stalls Arraignment Of Ex-Power Minister

Arraignment of former Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, over alleged offence  bordering on money laundering to the tune of N33 billion was, yesterday, stalled at a Federal High Court, Abuja, due to his ill-health.

CUPP Hails Supreme Court Judgement On State,  LG, Joint Account

Coalition of United Political Parties, UNPP, has hailed the Supreme Court for its judgment abolishing the State and Local government joint account, saying that it will grant the Local government  financial autonomy to deliver grass root development

Group Flays Gov Diri’s Role For Return Of Power To North

Stakeholders in Niger Delta under the auspices of the Niger Delta Integrity Movement, NDIM, have decried what they described as unholy alliance between the  Bayelsa State Governor, Douye Diri, with the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, 2023 Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar to scuttle power shift to the South, as unfair.