According to the party, “Lawan will have nobody but himself to blame for the ridiculing of his tenure in office if he failed to return the nomination as demanded by Nigerians.”
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Lawan gave the advice on Thursday while declaring the National Public Hearing on the alteration to the provisions of the 1999 Constitution in Abuja.
Lawan acknowledged that the media had a crucial role to play in averting national crises and anarchy through positive actions that douses tension across the country and stabilizes the polity.
Lawan made this known on Tuesday when the upper chamber held one-minute silence six times during plenary to honour Nigerians who lost their lives to various forms of insecurity in the country.
Lawan made this known on Tuesday in an announcement to that effect and conveyed in a letter addressed to him by the Chairman of the Constitution Review Committee, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege.
Lawan described the dastardly act as one crime too many and called for a swift investigation to bring all who are involved in the crime to justice.
This was just as he bemoaned the spate of insecurity and cross-border crimes such as banditry and kidnapping, which, according to him, are severe threats to the stability and economic progress of most countries within the West African sub-region.
Lawan made this known during plenary on Tuesday, in his remarks after reading a letter signed by the Chairman of the Constitution Review Committee, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, to announce the chairmanship composition to oversee a two-day public hearing across the six geo-political zones on proposals to alter the provisions of the 1999 constitution.
Also confirmed were the appointments of 15 other nominees as members of the commission.
According to Buhari, the loan will enable the Federal government to fund critical infrastructure in the 2021 budget
In his goodwill message endorsed by his Special Adviser (Media), Ola Awoniyi, Senator Lawan called on every Nigerian to pray for the nation, as according to him, the country needs prayers now more than ever before owing to the unrelenting security and other challenges facing it.
Ibezim took the oath of office at exactly 11:02am during the start of plenary.
The decision of the Senate was sequel to a petition submitted to it by Senator Istifanus Gyang, on behalf of the victim.
Lawan said the aim of the attackers was probably to cause a distraction for the Imo State Government or even the Federal Government.
Lawan made this known in a keynote address to declare open a Public Hearing on the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency Act 2004.
Dickson, representing Bayelsa West Senatorial District, countered Dahiru during a debate on the Bill for an Act to establish a Federal Medical Centre in Mubi, Adamawa.
During intense debate on the bill, some of the Senators who opposed the Bill pointed out that the power of the presidency to appoint and fire the service chiefs will be undermined by passing the bill into law.
The proposed law for the establishment of the institution was sponsored by the Senator representing Ekiti Central, Opeyemi Bamidele.
Lawan spoke on Sunday at a Thanksgiving Service to mark the one-year anniversary of Governor Hope Uzodinma in office at the Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri.
Lawan spoke on Sunday at the Thanksgiving Service, which held at Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri in Imo State to commemorate the one year in office of Governor Hope Uzodimma.