Tag: Executive

Gbajabiamila suggests ways to address misunderstanding between Executive, Legislature

The misconception of the roles of the Legislature in government by the Executive arm and the public often time is responsible for the frequent frictions between the two arms, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila has said. Gbajabiamila said though lawmakers’ attempt to adhere strictly to their[Read More…]

Breaking: Buhari signs Executive order for compliance with financial autonomy to states legislature and judiciary in Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed an executive order for compliance with granting financial autonomy to states legislature and judiciary in Nigeria.  The order signed is to implement the provisions of the constitution that allows for financial autonomy for states assembly and the Judiciary. The President wrote on twitter Friday, “Based[Read More…]

Senate That Cleared AGF For The Job Says “Abubakar Malami Hardly Fit To Continue As Minister”

The Senate has said Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN) is no longer a fit and proper person to occupy the office of Attorney General of the Federation. The Senate position expressed in a statement by its spokesman, Aliyu Sabi, was in reaction to the ruling of a Federal High Court in[Read More…]

Senate Approves Buhari’s Request To Appoint 15 Aides

By Chris Nomjov The upper arm of the Nigerian legislative chambers, the Senate has approved the request of President Muhammadu Buhari to appoint 15 special advisers. It would be recalled that President Buhari sent in the request on Tuesday, through a letter to the senate. In the letter read before the[Read More…]

Tunde Leye: Execute, Executive President Sir

Executive. Adjective: Relating to or having the power to put plans or actions into effect. Noun: The branch of government responsible for putting decisions or laws into effect. Root words – Execute plus the ive suffix. When one looks at the definitions of the word executive whether as an adjective[Read More…]

Court Nullifies Executive Control Of Judiciary Funds

An Abuja Federal High Court on Monday declared as unconstitutional, null and void, the control and disbursement of funds meant for the judiciary by the executive arm of government. Justice Ahmed Mohammed ordered that money belonging to the judiciary in the consolidated revenue of the federation must be fully paid[Read More…]