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Senate in a fix over conflicting Appeal Court judgments on Emodi

Chief Alphonsus Igbeke who obtained a court judgment penultimate Thursday to remove Senator Joy Emodi from the Senate may have perfected a way upstaging legislators from his native Anambra State in the courts

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Has the Joy of the Senate been restrained?

Why Senator Joy Emodi was dubbed the Joy of the Senate by the President of the Senate, Senator David Mark has never been revealed. But the woman who was removed from the Senate last Thursday by the Court of Appeal was an accomplished legislator who left a memorable legacy in her legislative and personal conducts that inspired joy in the gloomiest days of the Senate.

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Will David Mark ever forgive Anenih?

By Emma Aziken Pity the lot of Chief Tony Anenih last Wednesday as the local politics of attrition between him and Governor Adams Oshiomhole took centre stage in the Senate chambers on that day. It was a contest that the most zealot of the famous leader’s followers would not have bargained for. As the battle
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When Senators bent the law

Senator Grace Folashade Bent, the Yoruba born female Senator representing Adamawa South senatorial district can never go unnoticed wherever she is. If not her fashionable style then her outspokenness would give away the trendy and trenchant Senator in any gathering.

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How Yar‘Adua spoilt a Senate record

It was a constitutional milestone that ordinarily should have been accorded worthy headlines in the dailies. However, the passage of the first amendments to the 1999 Constitution was buried in the aftermath of the commotion that followed the alleged return of President Umaru Yar‘Adua to the country last Wednesday.

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Jonathan: Winners and Losers

Last Tuesday’s resolution which captured President Umaru Yar‘Adua’s BBC interview as a transmission to the National Assembly of his medical incapacitation may have stretched the limits of reasoning. But it undoubtedly was a definite solution to the constitutional logjam that befell the country.

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One week to be proud of the Nigerian Senate

It was the first time President Shagari would be known to have publicly visited the National Assembly in Abuja.
The letter handed over to Senator Mark echoed the resolution adopted by the Senate the day before urging President Yar‘Adua to comply with constitutional provisions requiring him to handover to his deputy while on holiday or medical vacation.

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