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NASS postpones resumption

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With less than a week to its resumption from an annual recess embarked on six weeks ago, the National Assembly on Wednesday postponed resumption of plenary from September 19 to 26, 2017.
The postponement was announced Wednesday by the Clerk of the National Assembly, Alh. Mohammed Sani-Omolori .
A copy of the notice made available to blueprint reads: “This is to inform all Distinguished Senators and Honourable members of the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that the resumption date of both houses in plenary has been rescheduled from Tuesday 19, 2017 to Tuesday 26th September 2017.
“All Distinguished Senators and Members are by this notice, requested to resume sitting in plenary on Tuesday 26, September, 2017‎ by 10:00am prompt, please.”

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