National Assembly postpones resumption of plenary session

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The National Assembly has put off the resumption of plenary session from Tuesday 15th to Tuesday 29th of September.
The acting clerk of the National Assembly, Ojo Olatunde Amos who made the announcement said : “This is to inform all distinguished senators  and honourable members of the National Assembly  that the resumption of plenary sessions earlier scheduled for Tuesday, 15th September, 2020 is hereby rescheduled for Tuesday 29th  September, 2020.
“We regret any inconvenience caused by this change of date.
It would be recalled that The Nigerian Senate suspended plenary for eight weeks on Wednesday, July 22 to enable lawmakers embark on their annual recess.
The Senate  President, Ahmed Lawan had said during the last plenary that even though they would be on recess they would continue to work emphasizing that,
“other special and ad hoc committees should continue to engage with MDAs that we oversight. In the preparation of their budgets, they can still engage with us so as to minimise possible areas of disagreement.”
The House of Representatives on the other hand adjourned plenary on July 23, following a motion for adjournment moved by the leader of the House, Rep. Alhassan Ado-Doguwa and seconded by the minority leader, Rep. Ndudi Elumelu.
The two  houses are now to reconvene for plenary on Tuesday 29th of September following the announcement of the acting clerk, Arc. Ojo Olatunde Amos.
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