Breaking: Senate Shifts Meeting With Service Chiefs, IGP to Thursday

Breaking: Senate Shifts Meeting With Service Chiefs, IGP to Thursday

- The meeting between Senate and service chiefs will not be held as scheduled

- According to Senate president Lawan, the meeting will now hold on Thursday, May 6

- This is as a result of the ongoing National Security Council meeting

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The proposed meeting with service chiefs has been postponed by the Senate. The director-general of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and the Inspector General of Police were expected to grace the important meeting.

According to Senate President Ahmad Lawan who disclosed this at plenary on Tuesday, May 4, the meeting has been moved to Thursday, The Nation reports.

He said the reason for shifting the meeting is as a result of the National Security Council meeting which may extend till Wednesday, Daily Trust added.

Breaking: Senate shifts meeting with Service Chiefs, IGP to Thursday
Senate meeting with service chiefs has been shifted. Photo:@VillaUpdatesng
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The Senate president said:

“The briefing will be very crucial, for us to be properly informed and properly guided. The only item on the Order Paper on Thursday will be the briefing.”

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