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With 7 Senators-Elect in the 10th National Assembly, the Labour Party can be described as the party with the most dark horses in the February 25 National Assembly Elections. This piece examines the political antecedents of these ‘Obident lawmakers’ in the next Senate and how they secured victory at the general election.     READ ALSO: “Only 33% of Nigerians voted NASS candidates on individual merit” – OrderPaper   Taunted as a party without a...

 Victory it was, for ten out of the seventeen ex-governors who sought Senatorial seats in the February 25 National Assembly elections. This piece spotlights these ex-governors along the demographics of incumbent lawmakers, former National Assembly members and newbies   READ ALSO: Fact File: Performance Scorecards of Ex-Governors at the 9th Assembly       The Red Chamber of the National Assembly has for a long time been perceived as a retirement home for ex-governors in...

Senate postpones resumption of plenary to enable members partake in rescheduled Governorship and Assembly elections on March 18, 2023 READ ALSO: 2023: Senate commences recess ahead of Presidential and National Assembly elections The Nigerian Senate has announced a postponement of its scheduled plenary until Tuesday, March 21, 2023. This is contained in a letter signed by Chinedu Francis Akubueze, Clerk of the Senate, on Monday, believed to have been necessitated by the change in date...

Winners of the 2023 National Assembly Elections as announced by INEC, cut across various demographics; this piece is thus focused on former lawmakers in the Senate who will be making a huge comeback to the 10th National Assembly. READ ALSO: IWD: Meet the three female Senators-Elect in the 10th National Assembly It is common knowledge that some incumbent lawmakers failed in their bids to return to the Red and Green Chambers. However, some ex-lawmakers will...

Following the conclusion of the February 25, 2023 National Assembly elections, OrderPaper Nigeria highlights the winners of the legislative polls as declared by INEC in Ekiti. The South West State has three Senatorial Districts and six Federal Constituencies.   READ ALSO: “Only 33% of Nigerians voted NASS candidates on individual merit” – OrderPaper Over the last twelve years, the political dynamics in ‘The Land of Honour and Integrity’ have been in peculiar fashion as the...

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