We I’ll Not Bow To Any Form Of Intimidation – Saraki Spits Fire

The Senate, at the end of a closed-door session on Tuesday, resolved not to bow to any form intimidation in the discharge of its constitutional duties.

The President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, who made this known at plenary, said the lawmakers deliberated on issues bordering on the integrity of the National Assembly, particularly the Senate.

Saraki, who did not give details of the “intimidation” the institution is facing, said that the senate, at the executive session, resolved to defend its integrity.

“We cannot be intimidated from carrying out our constitutional duties at all times.

“Nothing will stop the National Assembly, especially the Senate, from performing its duties,” he said.


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