My saddest day as Senate President – Saraki

Nigeria’s Senate president, Bukola Saraki, has said that April 18, 2018 was the saddest day of his tenure.

Mr Saraki said this Thursday while delivering his valedictory speech. The valedictory session marks the last sitting of the eight Senate.

After other senators had took turn to reflect on the eighth Senate, it was the turn of Mr Saraki to deliver the last speech.

Before reading his speech, Mr Saraki asked his colleagues to observe a minute silence in honour of late Senators Ali Wakili (Bauchi South), Isiaka Adeleke (Osun West) and Bukar Mustapha (Katsina North) who passed away in the course of the eight Senate.

Mr Saraki thanked his colleagues for their support even in the face of trials.

He noted that the Senate invasion, which led to the theft of the mace, would remain ‘saddest’ moment for him.



– Premium Times

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