According to Kalu, the former Head of State has carved a niche for himself in leadership and humanity as he turns 87.
The former Governor of Abia State was absent from the Ward, Local Government Area and State Congresses of the APC.
According to Lawan, despite several invitations extended by the Local and Foreign Debt Committee of the Senate, the MDAs have consistently refused to appear to justify projects listed to be funded through the loan requests sought by President Buhari.
Lawan stated this on Tuesday during plenary in his remarks to honour the deceased.
The Co-coordinator of the United Kingdom (UK) Chapter of the NDN, Dr Aminu Ahmadu, gave the commendation on Wednesday in a telephone chat with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
The upper chamber suspended sitting after concluding debate on the 2022 Appropriation Bill.
The former Senate president made the revelation and more in his 491-page autobiography, titled: “Standing Strong.”
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, said the debate on the bill, which is slated for two days, continues on Wednesday.
However, the Office failed to appear before the Senate Public Accounts Committee on the payment of N19 billion to four agencies through verbal directive by its Director General in 2015.
Already, the issue has been scheduled for debate by the Senate in the Order Paper for Tuesday as plenary resumes for the week
Saraki spoke in a statement signed by Yusuph Olaniyonu, Head of his Media Office, and made available on Sunday.
Kalu’s reaction to the reelection of Isiguzo was contained in a statement issued by his Media Office on Friday.
Kalu made the call while responding to a letter notifying him of the conferment of a traditional title on him by the Emir of Arugungu in Kebbi State, Alhaji Mohammed Mera.
Lawan stated this in his remarks after the chamber approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s submission of the revised 2022-2024 fiscal framework.
The bill titled, ‘A bill for an Act to amend the Legal Education (Consolidation etc.) Act by establishing the campuses for the Nigerian Law School, and for other related matters’ was sponsored by Senator Smart Adeyemi.
The bill among others, seeks to establish the Medical Emergency Assistance Fund to cover the treatment of victims of gunshot, knife wounds, and other life threatening emergencies.
“What the Federal government needs in the sub-nationals is partnership, cooperation and development together,” Lawan said shortly before he formally commissioned the 25Km Uyo-Ikot Ekpene road in Akwa Ibom State.
Lawan spoke at an investigative hearing by Senate joint committee on education (Basic & Secondary) and Tertiary Institutions and TETFUND on the utilisation of the funding proposed and budgeted for the Safe Schools Initiative, including monies, supports and donations received from foreign government and agencies.
The Rural Employment Guarantee Bill, 2021, which scaled second reading on the floor was sponsored by Senator Mohammed Sani Musa (APC, Niger East).
The upper chamber reached the resolution after it considered a motion on the “Urgent need to encourage all Multinational and Nigerian Oil and Gas Companies to relocate to their Operational Bases.”