Thursday, December 3, 2020

Nigeria: 15 Senators with multi-billion Naira fraud cases taking shelter in National Assembly

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Lawmakers who will represent various federal constituencies across the country were elected on February 23 to occupy the 9th National Assembly. There were 109 senators and 360 members of the House of Representatives elected to stay at the Red Carpet and Green Carpet chambers of the National Assembly. The outgoing senate had several members who faced corruption charges. This includes the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, who was frequently in courtrooms and the custody of anti-corruption agencies, attending to queries on alleged corrupt practices.

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