July 10, 2024

House of Representatives Clears Air on Controversial LGBTQ Clauses in Samoa Agreement Implementation

The Nigerian House of Representatives has clarified that it did not request the suspension of the Samoa Agreement due to purported LGBTQ clauses. This follows concerns that the agreement might legalize same-sex relationships in Nigeria. President Tinubu's administration affirms that the Samoa Agreement, signed in 2018, respects Nigeria’s laws, including the prohibition of same-sex relationships.

May 29, 2024

Controversy Surrounds Senate's Rush to Reinstate 1960 National Anthem, Criticized by Media Group

The Muslim Media Watch Group of Nigeria (MMWG) criticized the Senate for its hasty decision to pass a bill reverting to the nation’s 1960 national anthem. They believe the move lacks popular support and deem it a misplaced priority. The group aligns with the Attorney General, suggesting the Senate should address more pressing issues affecting Nigerians.