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    Mace Stolen from Gombe Assembly – Thisdaylive

    In what looked like a repeat of the April 18 incident at the Senate, the mace of the Gombe State House of Assembly was yesterday stolen during plenary. The legislative symbol of authority was snatched during a sitting to remove the Minority Leader of the assembly, Ahmed Haruna, who … Read...
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    Thug who stole Senate mace yet to be arrested – Police – Premium Times Nigeria

    The police are yet to arrest the man who grabbed and made away with the Senate mace when he and his accomplices attacked in April. A commissioner of police, Habu Sani, said this when he appeared before members of the National Assembly ad-hoc committee investigating … Read more via Premium...
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    Police silent on Senate’s mace theft three weeks after – Premium Times Newspaper

    Three weeks after the invasion of the Nigerian Senate by hoodlums who carted away the mace, the Nigerian Police have refused to provide update on the investigation and prosecution of the perpetrators. The Police failed to respond to PREMIUM TIMES’ enquiries on the whereabouts of … Read...
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    Saraki, Dogara, others meet over mace theft – Punch Newspapers

    Abuja The leadership of the Senate held a marathon meeting on Monday night over the last Wednesday’s invasion of its chamber and snatching of its mace by suspected thugs. In attendance at the meeting were the presiding and principal officers of both the Senate and House … Read more via...
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    BREAKING: Soldiers, policemen occupy N’Assembly, cordon off Senate, Reps chambers – Punch Newspaper

    There is a huge presence of security operatives in and around the National Assembly Complex on Thursday, following the invasion of the Senate chamber with snatching of the mace by thugs on Wednesday. Apart from the presence of more policemen, soldiers were also deployed to … Read more via...
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    Saraki: Sagay says Senate President responsible for mace theft – pulse.ng – Nigeria’s...

    The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay, has blamed Senate President Bukola Saraki for the controversial theft of the Senate’s … Read more via pulse.ng – Nigeria’s entertainment & lifestyle platform online – https://ift.tt/2HA87Rz --...
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