Ministerial Screening: Senators Kick As Senate President Asks Amaechi To ‘Take A Bow’

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Ahmad Lawan
Senate President Ahmad Lawan

Senate president Ahmed Lawan sparked annoyance Danjuma Goje, when Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi was asked to take a bow when it was his turn for screening and confirmation.

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Goje, from Gombe state raised a point of order, saying it was against the tradition not screening Amaechi, but Lawan said that the tradition of ‘bow and go’ would be extended to former members of the House of Assembly.

However, when several senators started to kick against the decision, Amaechi was then given an option by Lawan to either respond or not after but the former minister of Transportation took the option to not comment and took his leave.

 

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