By Nwafor Sunday
Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki has on Sunday visited the home of the assaulted female Sergeant-at-Arms Officer, Mrs Sandra Davou, who fought gallantly with thugs that invaded the hallowed chamber on Wednesday.
Reports had it that the female officer challenged hoodlums when they were about whisking away with the symbol of authority, The Mace.
Recall that during the senate plenary on Wednesday, the suspended Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege representing Delta central stormed the National Assembly and entered inside the hallowed chamber.
The moment he was seen via a video clip in the chamber coincidentally aligned with the same time some group of thugs invaded the chamber. Questions have flooded pages of newspaper on why must a suspended senator come to the National Assembly during plenary?.
Omo-Agege has through his lawyer Mr. Lucky Ajokperniovo, denied his involvement in the desecration of NASS.
“We are aware of several media reports suggesting that Senator Omo-Agege personally removed or encouraged anyone to remove the Mace of the Senate. This weighty allegation is not true at all”, part of the statement read.
Nigerians, both politicians and partisans have condemned in its strong term the invasion of the senate by unknown thugs.
However, when he was informed of the situation, the senate president quickly lauded the efforts of fellow senators in the maintenance and defendant of democracy and vowed to see justice melted on the proprietor’s of this heinous crime..
In what can be likened as a good leader, Saraki on Sunday paid a courtesy visit to the sergeant-at-arms and said, “I am now at the home of Mrs. Sandra Davou, the brave female Sergeant-at-Arms Officer who was assaulted and injured in Wednesday’s invasion of the Senate Chambers”.
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