Report from the Office of the Special Adviser on National Assembly Matters.
The meeting is sequel to its deliberation yesterday in which the Senators resolved that in order to curb the security challenges in the country, there was a need for synergy between the Legislature and the Executive.
The following Senators led by the Senate President Senator David Mark were mandated to meet with Mr. President: Senators James Manager, Helen Esuene, Uche Chukwumerije, Chris Anyanwu, Barnabas Gemade, Zaynab Kure, Mohammed Ali Ndume, Ahmed Zanna, Maina Maaji Lawan, Buka Abba Ibrahim and Babafemi Ojudu.
The meeting which is scheduled for today will take place at the Presidential Villa, Aso Rock, Abuja.
Meanwhile, the Senate has congratulated Nigerian Workers on the occasion of the Workers Day celebration coming up tomorrow.
According to the Senate President, the Senators appreciate Nigerian Workers for doing their best in a very difficult environment. He said the Legislature have a major responsibility to create a conducive environment for the workers through the laws they make and the motion they moved.
The Senate subsequently dissolved into the Committee of the whole to consider the report of the Joint Committee on FCT and Finance on the Federal Capital Internal Revenue Board Bill, 2013.
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