These are the top five stories that you should monitor today.
- NHIS to secure police protection as suspended Secretary vows to resume work
The Ministry of Health will on Monday write the police to secure the National Health Insurance Scheme headquarters over threats by suspended Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of the NHIS, Prof. Yusuf Usman to resume this week.
2. Magu: Presidency to approach Supreme Court over appointment crisis
The Presidency is set to approach the Supreme Court over the lingering crisis between the executive and the National Assembly over the powers of the President to appoint some heads of government agencies without senate approval.
3. Judges homes’ raid: Reps panel want DSS, Evidence laws amended
A House of Representatives panel is proposing to repeal the Evidence Act 2011.
The panel seeks to make evidence obtained during an illegal search on persons or their properties inadmissible in court.
4. We don’t recognise group calling for Saraki’s recall – APC
The All Progressives Congress in Ilorin West Local Government Area of Kwara on Sunday said those calling for the recall of Senate President Bukola Saraki are not recognised by the party.
5. Lagos Assembly to reduce ex-governors’ pensions
The Lagos State House of Assembly has said it is planning to reduce pension of former governors in the state.
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