Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki had on Sunday paid a visit to the home of the assaulted female Sergeant-at-Arms Officer, Mrs Sandra Davou, who fought gallantly with thugs that invaded the hallowed chamber on Wednesday.
Senate President who was accompanied by the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu; Senator Isa Misau and Senator Baba Kaka Garbai, was at Davou’s home in Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory and officials of the National Assembly
Reports had it that the female officer challenged hoodlums when they were about whisking away with the symbol of authority, The Mace.
Saraki described it as a “sad day” and “a disgrace” to Nigeria’s democracy, while calling for unity and firmness in eliminating “all such undemocratic tendencies.”
Recall that during the senate plenary on Wednesday, the suspended Senator Ovie Omo-Agege representing Delta central stormed the National Assembly and entered inside the hallowed chamber.
The moment he was seen via a video clip in the chamber coincidentally aligned with the same time some group of thugs invaded the chamber. Questions have flooded pages of newspaper on why must a suspended senator come to the National Assembly during plenary?.
Omo-Agege through his lawyer Mr. Lucky Ajokperniovo, denied his involvement in the desecration of National Assembly