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Southwest Govs & Ministers demand implementation of CONFAB 2014 & opening of closed borders.

“Review of reports of constitutional conferences including 2014 National Conference and implement some of the recommendations especially with reference to security, economy, equal treatment for citizens all over the country.

Be sensitive to our yearnings, implement 2014 confab outcomes — CAN tells Buhari

Our governments should be sensitive to the yearnings and the groaning of the governed. The era of asking the people to tighten their belts while those in power are loosening theirs should stop.

We’ve begun restructuring, implementing 2014 Confab Report ― APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has hailed what it described as revolutionary steps taken by President Muhammadu Buhari to reposition the...

No peace in Nigeria until return to 1960 constitution, 2014 confab report ― Adebanjo

By Wale Akinselure Afenifere chieftain, Pa Ayo Adebanjo, on Thursday, said that will be no real peace in Nigeria until...

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N895.8bn Supplementary Budget scales second reading in Senate

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