[Vanguard]The Association of Stock broking Houses of Nigeria (ASHON) has urged the Federal Government to resolve the conflict between the House of Representatives and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This is contained in a statement issued by ASHON President, Mr. Emeka Madubuike, made available to newsmen in Lagos.
America's first satellite launch attempt ended with an massive fireball and a satellite rolling on the ground.
[Vanguard]Abuja -Justice Peter Kekemeke of the Abuja High Court, yesterday, fixed November 23 to commence hearing on the legal tussle between oil mogul, Femi Otedola and the embattled erstwhile Chairman of the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on fuel subsidy probe, Farouk Lawal.
[Vanguard]After months of suspense, the House of Representatives is set to receive the report of its internal investigation into one of the most scandalous corruption cases involving one of its members. The House verdict may yet turn into another scandal.
[Vanguard]Akure -Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, has said the House will neither treat the issue of the implementation the budget with the President as a "family issue" nor rescind the decision to use $80 per barrel as the benchmark for the 2013 appropriation.
[Vanguard]Abuja -THE Federal Government is expected to borrow $25 billion by 2015, Nigeria's Debt Management Office, DMO, told the House of Representatives yesterday.
[Vanguard]Abuja -Governors of the 36 states of the federation, yesterday, returned to the Supreme Court to challenge what they termed "massive illegal deductions" from the Excess Crude Account by the Federal Government.
[Vanguard]Abuja -Embattled former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dimeji Bankole, yesterday, moved to avert his possible re-arraignment by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over an amended 16-count criminal charge bordering on contract inflation and abuse of office.
[Vanguard]Abuja -The Senate and the House of Representatives joined forces, yesterday, as they resumed from their two-month recess and asked President Goodluck Jonathan to stop the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Governor, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi from going ahead with the restructuring of the Naira and the introduction of N5000 note, describing it as illegal and unconstitutional.
[Vanguard]Abuja -THE House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency yesterday summoned the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, to explain how the introduction of N5,000 notes will promote its planned cashless policy.