The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties has warned the two chambers of the National Assembly “to immediately suspend the bill seeking to extend constitutional immunity to cover presiding officers of legislative institutions” after it scaled second reading in the House of Representatives.
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The Bill, which was sponsored by Rep. Odebumi Olusegun (APC-Oyo), was passed at the plenary on Tuesday
Elumelu who said this in a statement on Thursday, urged NERC to “end all contemplations in that direction”.
The decision followed a motion of Urgent Public Importance moved by the minority leader, Ndudi Elumelu at the plenary session presided over by the Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila.
Wike said this in Port Harcourt on Wednesday
Minority parties in the House of Representatives have condoled with the Inspector-General of Police over the alleged killing of three intelligence officers by military personnel in Taraba State.
The committee set up by the Peoples Democratic Party Board of Trustees on Thursday met with Ndudi Elumelu and six other lawmakers.
The Chairman of the BoT, Walid Jibrin, announced the decision in Abuja on Tuesday after the board’s meeting at the party’s national headquarters.
The motion for adjournment was moved by Hon. Ado Doguwa and was seconded by the Minority Leader, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu.
At a news conference on Monday in Abuja, the caucus passed a vote of confidence on the suspended officers as well as Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila.
Clark urged his party, the PDP to face issues of national interests as the main opposition party and allow peace to reign in the 9th Assembly.
The group in statement signed by Comrade Tony Ayaegbunem warned the National Working Committee of the party not to embark on a journey that will send the party into chaos
The PDP said this in reaction to the threat by Gbajabiamila to deal with Chinda for occupying the seat of the Minority Leader of the House, meant for Hon. Ndudi Elumelu
Elumelu in a statement on Friday in Abuja said that he was surprised that the National Working Committee of the party would suspend him without a fair hearing.
This followed the decision of the party’s Board of Trustees to back Hon. Ndudi Elumelu for the position of Minority Leader, while the National Working Committee had earlier announced Hon. Kingsley Chinda as its choice.
Some of the members of the minority parties in the House of Representatives have thrown their weight behind the announcement of Hon. Ndudi Elumelu as Minority Leader of the lower chamber.
Ndudi Elumelu, the winner of Wednesday’s PDP primaries for the Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency in Delta, has commended the state Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, for his neutrality during the exercise.
Ogbulafor was in Asaba for the governorship declaration of Rep. Ndudi Elumelu for the 2015 election in Delta State