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The power tussle at the Senate is taking a new dimension as human rights lawyer Femi Falana ask President Muhammadu Buhari to put to an end the spate of impunity in the National Assembly lest more damage is done to the country and his administration.

The Cable reports that  Femi Falana declared in a statement on Wednesday, March 29 that  the refusal of the Senate to screen the 27 resident electoral commissioners due to Buhari’s decision to keep Ibrahim Magu as acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) was a clear act of impunity.

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The Inspector General of Police, IGP Idris Ibrahim has led an important delegation to meet President Buhari in London hospital today.
In attendance were some highly influential members of President Buhari’s government.
While speculations about Mr. President’s health continue in some quarters, the delegation departed the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport early morning on Tuesday 24th, Vanguard reports.
Accompanying the IGP were the following officers: DIG in charge Finance and Administration, Mr Shuiabu Gambo, Commissioner of Police in Charge Monitoring Unit, CP Umar Garba and other top ranking officers.

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Ex President Olusegun Obasanjo Wednesday insists, it is uncharitable, fussy and uninstructive of this present administration to continuously castigate the administrations before it. Obasanjo blast Buhari while delivering his keynote address at the first Akintola Williams Annual Lecture held in Lagos yesterday November 23rd.
Obasanjo said:

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Photo Credit: Bayo Omoboriowo

President Muhammadu Buhari remembered his schoool days again as he shared class room with students of Samuel Ogbemudia College in Benin City Edo State on Monday

Not only did the president share classroom, he actually was given a note to copy which he was recorded doing . He did this while commissioning the school refurbished by the Adams Oshiomole administration.

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