Senate President, Ahmad Lawan said that the bill had conclusively failed to be passed as the Senate President declined to announce the outcome of the voting on the amendment.
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Buhari had last week signed Electoral Act, he however urged the National Assembly to remove Clause 84 from the amendment bill.
The request was contained in a letter dated February 10, 2022 and read during plenary by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan.
Lawan spoke at the 5th edition of the Senator Olamilekan Solomon Lagos West Senatorial District event held at the Police College Ikeja.
The confirmation request was contained in a letter dated 31st January, 2022, and read by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, during plenary.
The motion for re-commital of the bill to the Committee of the Whole was sponsored by the Senate Leader, Yahaya Abdullahi.
The incident ignited violent protests in the neighbouring town of Gashua, the headquarters of Bade Local Government on Saturday.
Lawan stated this on Tuesday while welcoming his colleagues back to plenary from the Christmas and New Year holidays.
The passage of the bill followed the consideration of a report by the Committee on Aviation.
Buhari’s message was delivered by his Chief of Staff, Professor Ibrahim Gambari at a birthday get-together hosted Wednesday night by the Senate Chief Whip, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu in honour of Lawan who clocked 63 on Wednesday.
SERAP Deputy Director, Kolawole Oluwadare, made this known in a statement he signed and made available Sunday.
Lawan commiserates with the Government and people of Kano State on the demise of the late politician. He also condoles with Tofa’s friends and political associates.
Lawan, a title holder of Onyentukwasi Obi 1 of Aba, send his congratulatory message in a statement by his Media Office.
According to The Nation, it was learnt Sunday that the Senate Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution observed that apart from shrinking resources, which may render additional states unviable, the exercise may fuel national tension and further polarise the country.
The request, which was contained in a letter dated December 16, 2021, was read by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan.
Sambo was confirmed by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, after a brief screening on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday in Abuja.
The upper chamber also retained a closed ballot system of voting for the election of the President of the Senate and the Deputy.
Senate President Ahmad Lawan read Buhari’s letter urging the Senate to screen and confirm the nominee for appointment at plenary on Tuesday morning.
Lawan revealed the salaries of the federal lawmakers while presenting a paper at the First Distinguished Parliamentarians Lecture Series
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, read the letter on the floor of the Upper Chamber during Tuesday’s plenary.