Security, welfare constitutional duties of govt —Fayemi

By Rotimi Ojomoyela GOVERNOR Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State, yesterday, restated that it is the responsibility of government to protect its citizens, saying the inability to achieve that would mean it has failed in its duties. Fayemi said this when he received the executive members of Federation of Ekiti State Students’ Union, FESSU, the National Female Students’ Association of Nigeria, as well as students’ union leaders of higher institutions in the state. He said: “Clearly, government has a lot to do to protect its citizens. The first responsibility we have in the Constitution of Nigeria is the security and welfare

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Nigeria Drifting Towards Totalitarianism — PDP

The People Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned in its entirety the recent snubbing of Nigerian Senate by the Inspector General of Police, Mr Idris Ibrahim who had shunned the invitation of the Senate for 3 consecutive time over the worsening security situation of the country. In her official twitter page, the PDP said that Nigeria is drifting towards totalitarianlism under this current administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari. The PDP accused the police boss of treating the Senate with so much dishonour and disdain. The party said such has never happened in the democratic history of Nigeria. "It is instructive

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Breaking News: Senate Declares IG As Enemy of Democracy

Nigerian Senate has declared the Inspector General of Police, Mr Idris Ibrahim as enemy of democracy in Nigeria who is not fit to hold any office in Nigeria and abroad following refusal of the police boss to appear before the Senate to brief it on security matters. The Senate also passed a vote of no confidence on the Inspector General of Police today at the hallow chambers in Abuja for not honouring her invitation on security matters affecting the country. Recall that the Nigerian Senate had invited the National Security Adviser (NSA) Babagana Monguno and  the police boss to brief the Senate

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