Senator David Umaru on Tuesday took a swipe at the Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello, for giving different figures of death and injured victims in the recent bandit attacks in Shiroro Local Government Area of the state.
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In its determination to reform the nation’s political process as well as the operations of the petroleum industry, the Senate on Wednesday passed a re-drafted version of the Independent National Electoral Commission Act 2010 (Amendment) Bill, 2019; Petroleum Industry Governance) Bill, 2019; and five other Bills to which President Muhammadu Buhari had earlier declined assent.
The representative of Niger East Senatorial District, David Umaru, has disclosed that so many forces in Niger State worked against his reelection into the Upper Chamber of the National Assembly.
The Senator-elect for Niger East Senatorial District, Alhaji Mohammed Sani Musa, has said he will reclaim his mandate at the Supreme Court in the aftermath of the Court of Appeal judgment on Monday which upheld the appeal filed by Senator David Umaru against his nomination by the All Progressives Congress in the just concluded national assembly elections.
Senator David Umaru says he has appealed the court judgment that sacked him as senatorial candidate for All Progressives Congress in Niger East Senatorial District.
The Senate’s decision was sequel to the report of Senate Committee on Judiciary, Human Right and Legal Matters chaired by Senator David Umaru.
The Chairman of the Technical Committee, Senator David Umaru, asked the CJN the reasons why he advised President Buhari not to sign the Judiciary Amendment Bill 2017, Number 22, which seeks to strengthen the judiciary for speedy dispensation of Justice.
The Senate on Wednesday passed a resolution urging the Federal Government to immortalise late former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Idris Kutigi, by naming a national monument after him.
At the primary election held in Minna, David, who represents Niger East Senatorial District, polled 5,870 votes to concede the ticket to his challenger, Alhaji Sani Musa, who scored 39,192 votes.
The representative Niger East Senatorial District, Barrister David Umaru, on Monday declared to run for a second term for the zone’s senatorial seat.
Umaru gave the advice on Monday at the UK Bello Arts Theatre, Minna, while declaring intention to run for a second term as senator representing Niger East Senatorial Zone in the National Assembly.
All the federal lawmakers from Niger State were absent at a stakeholders meeting held at the All Progressives Congress secretariat in Minna, Niger State.
Two years after renovating three schools to very good standards, the representative of Niger East Senatorial District, David Umaru, has raised the alarm that the Chairman of Shiroro Local Government Area has refused to send teachers there to work.
He said: “This administration, when compared to previous administration of former Governor Babangida Aliyu, is more financially reckless.”
The governor told journalists while reacting to the senator’s position on his endorsement for a second term, that the lawmaker has never seen anything good in any leadership or government.
The Bill, which was sponsored by Senator Bayero Nafada, is meant to empower and provide employment for the youths, facilitate peace, volunteerism, community services and nation building.
The Senator representing Niger East Senatorial District in the National Assembly, Barrister David Umaru, has told the Governor of Niger…
According to him: “The PDP, especially in Niger State, wasted 16 years of our time. Therefore, we, who promised change, should not implement the template of the disgraced PDP, lest we enrage our people, disappoint them and get humiliated in a similar fashion
Umaru explained that he had come a long way with the Niger State electorate since 2007, adding: “Ever since then, they have been shortchanged, but they have kept faith and persevered believing that change is possible and truth will prevail
Umaru told journalists at a press conference in Minna that his victory at the tribunal will further boost his chances and galvanise the efforts of his party, the All Progressives Congress, in the forthcoming general elections