N’Assembly adjourns over deaths of Funke Adedoyin, Nzeribe

Late Funke Adedoyin

Senator representing Yobe North, Ahmad Lawan, on Tuesday moved a motion for the adjournment of the first plenary session of the  Senate since resumption over the deaths of former House of Representatives Speaker, Benjamin Nzeribe and member, Funke Adedoyin.

Lawan raised the motion after the Senate  President Bukola Saraki, read 16 letters that the legislative chambers had received, while it was on its annual recess.

After raising the motion, the Senate resolved to observe a minute of silence in honour of the departed souls.

The National Assembly resumed from its annual recess on Tuesday.

The details of the Senate’s plenary session was shared on the Twitter handle of the Senate, @NGRSenate.

See tweets:

The Nigerian Senate


Senate Leader, Ahmad Lawan raises a motion on the deaths of former Speaker of the House of Representatives Rt. Hon. B. U. Nzeribe and Hon. Funke Adedoyin and moves that all legislative activities be suspended until the next legislative day.#TodayInSenatePlenary

The Nigerian Senate


Senate resolves to:
Observe a minute silence in honour of the departed souls.


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