National Assembly under invasion, Senate President cries out – Daily Trust

National Assembly under invasion, Senate President cries out

2/19/2020

National Assembly under invasion, Senate President cries out

The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, on Tuesday, raised security alarm that the National Assembly is under invasion by 'many unknown and uninvited people'.

Senate President, Ahmed Lawan * complex swarming with all manners of people The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, on Tuesday, raised security alarm that the National Assembly is under invasion by “many unknown and uninvited people”. Lawan raised the alarm at an emergency meeting the leadership of the Senate had with top security officials in Abuja. The Senate President said he had received report of security threat to the Assembly and tasked top security officials to beef up security measures at the complex to avert any threat. ADVERTISEMENT He warned that any security official found wanting in the line of duty would not be spared. ADVERTISEMENT HOW OVER 5000 NIGERIA MEN HAVE PERMANENTLY OVERCOME TERRIBLE BEDROOM PERFORMANCE DUE TO THIS RECENT DISCOVERY BY MEDICAL CONSULTANTS Lawan, in a statement by his media aide, Ola Awoniyi, said, “Any Security person who is given the job to ensure compliance and he’s found involved, we will not hesitate to get that person prosecuted for any wrongdoing. Because it is not enough for somebody to do a terrible thing and what you do is transfer him so that he can go and continue somewhere. “We believe now we have to work together if it means the agencies talking to their people who are supposed to work here, they should do so because truly, we are under invasion. Anytime you come to the National Assembly, it’s full like market with all manners of people.” He said with the escalating insecurity in the country, the time has come for the National Assembly to be properly secured for the lawmakers to carry out their legislative and other functions, under a very safe atmosphere. “And of course, our workers, our visitors. What that means is that, if someone has no business here, that person shouldn’t be in the National Assembly,” Lawan added. The Senate President however explained that people with genuine reasons would be allowed into the National Assembly complex. “Let me say clearly that what we are trying to do is not to prevent people who have lawful reasons to be here. “When you are coming for protests, you are free to do so. Our people know where they do their protests and we normally go out to address them because we sit here on behalf of the people of Nigeria. “It is legitimate, it is lawful, it is legal for people to come and show either their support for something or their objection to something that has to do with the National Assembly. “We have maintained this for as far as I can remember in this National Assembly and we are going to continue to receive Nigerians who feel strongly about any issue. “We are also at home with anyone who is attending public hearing….Nobody who has a reason to come should be stopped. We will still have visitors,” Lawan said. Related Download Daily Trust News App Share this article Read more: Daily Trust

I will do anything possible to make Buhari happy - Lawan So unna wan run away abi? So those people in borno yola are not human abi? It law of kama , what goes around comes come around, life is a virtual circle , if you refused to do the right thing at the right time.. The are scared already, insecurity is everywhere if you think it's going to stop at Bruno state, then you are on a dreamer and if you think locking people out of that complex will secure you 🤣🤣.. If you like shout APC or PDP insecurity has no Party.

Senate President Raises Security Threat Alarm At National AssemblySenate President Raises Security Threat Alarm At National Assembly You people should do normal thing now We need help. I think we should just swallow our pride and cry out.... So dem dey fear ? Dem never see anything when we were shouting they were laughing now they are really afraid well the chicken is gradually coming home to roast o

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Senate moves to hasten passage of bills rejected BuhariThe Senate will fast-track the passage of bills passed in the eight Senate but not signed by President Muhammadu Buhari, Senate President Ahmad... *rejected Buhari? Is this modern, foreign or local grammar. Premium Times explain the headline In a haste to mislead, your editor writes rubbish. This senate president doesn’t even know his work. Are u working for Mr President?

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Reps afraid of insurgents attack at National Assembly, calls for tight security - Daily Post NigeriaThe House of Representatives has mandated its committee on internal security of the National Assembly to overhaul the existing security setup of the awon werey won fe ku !!!🤔🤔 It's enough to go round ! Just a matter of time! I had wish they come for you them, blow up the whole National Assembly

There's a plot to attack National Assembly - Lawan - Daily Post NigeriaPresident of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, on Tuesday urged security agencies to beef up security at the National Assembly. Lawan stated that he had received Ok The insurgency will go round wait for your turn since you all want to stay quiet about the killings na turn by turn Of what use are all of you in the NASS? Wondering why they have not visited you all since. Next?



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