The Nigerian Senate and the House of Representatives have postponed their plenary sessions till March 21, OduNews reports.
The legislators had adjourned plenary till Tuesday, March 14 to enable lawmakers to participate in the governorship and State Assembly elections earlier fixed for March 11 but was later shifted to March 18.
The Clerk of the Senate, Chinedu Francis Akubueze, disclosed this in a message sent to the distinguished Senators on Monday.
“This is to inform all Distinguished Senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that the resumption of the Senate in Plenary has been rescheduled from Tuesday 14th March 2023 to Tuesday 21st March 2023,” the terse statement read.
Similarly, the Clerk of the House of Representatives, Dr. Yahaya Danzaria, told the lawmakers that the change in resumption date is to enable them to partake in the polls.
“This is to inform all Hon Members and the general public that the House of Representatives will resume plenary on Tuesday 21st March 2023 at 11:00 am as against the 14th of March earlier announced,” he stated.
“This change is intended to allow members to partake in the rescheduled Gubernatorial elections. All inconveniences are highly regretted.”
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