Lawan made the appeal on Wednesday when the Saudi Arabia Ambassador to Nigeria, Faisal Eebraheem Alghamdi, paid a visit to his office at the National Assembly, Abuja.
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The vaccine was administered on him in his office by his personal physician, Dr. Muhammad Usman, and witnessed by some Senators led by the Senate Leader, Senator Yahaya Abdullahi.
Lawan made the disclosure on Thursday when delivering a speech to declare open a meeting between the Senator Ovie Omo-Agege-led Constitution Review Committee and the National Council of Traditional Rulers in Abuja.
The monarchs in their submission before the Senate Ad hoc Committee on Constitution Review said that for peace and security to reign in the country, particularly at the grassroots level, the traditional rulers must be given constitutional role in governance as was the practice in the past from pre – colonial era , during colonial period and even post colonial era up to 1976.
Lawan made this known when the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Brigadier General Buba Marwa (Rtd), paid a visit to his office on Thursday at the National Assembly, Abuja.
Lawan also commiserated with the people and government of Jigawa State over the incident.
The request was contained in a letter dated February 25, 2021 and read during plenary by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan.
Lawan, in a statement in Abuja on Sunday, also commiserated with the Fika Emirate and the entire people of Yobe over the tragic loss.
Lawan in a statement by his Media Office on Saturday, commiserated with the Fika Emirate and entire people of Yobe State over the tragic loss.
“The PIB is going to be a piece of legislation that in our estimation will change the economic fortune of Nigeria and of course improve the earnings by our businesses who are here and we want to attract many more investments into the oil and gas industry in Nigeria,” Lawan said.
The approval came following consideration of the harmonised report of the Senate and House of Representatives Committee on Police Affairs
The confirmation was made at a closed door session of the Senate on Tuesday
The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, led other Principal Officers of both Chambers to the meeting, which held at the National Assembly, Abuja.
Speaking to State House correspondents at the end of the closed doors meeting, the senate president described the deliberation as fruitful, saying Nigerians troubled areas would in the two months have their environment secured to enable them engage in agricultural activities and other businesses.
The President’s request for the Upper Chamber to consider the Police Trust Fund budget was contained in a letter which accompanied the proposal, and read during plenary by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan.
The letter, which was addressed to the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, was read during the start of plenary.
Lawan also congratulated Nigeria on the latest feat of its great daughter on the international stage.
Lawan made the appeal on Wednesday when a delegation of the Enugu State Committee on the creation of Adada State visited him in his office at the National Assembly.
This was part of its resolutions following its adoption of a motion on the “General Insecurity in Nigeria” sponsored by Sen. Ajayi Boroffice (APC Ondo) and co-sponsored by 106 other senators.
Lawan, via a statement issued on Tuesday in Abuja by Ola Awoniyi, his Special Adviser (Media), said the lawmaker would be greatly missed.