A TEAM of policemen yesterday interrogated Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and the Clerk of the National Assembly, Alhaji Salisu Maikasuwa, for an alleged unwholesome alteration of the Senate Standing Rule.
It was learnt the police operatives arrived at the National Assembly complex around 2p.m. and departed after over two hours.
The officers, who were led by a.....
Commissioner of Police, went to the office of Ekweremadu after which they also went to the office of the clerk.
Others who were also invited by the police, it was gathered, include former Senate President David Mark, former Senate Leader in the Seventh Senate Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, Clerk of the Senate Mr. Benedict Efeturi, Chairman, Senate Committee on Business and Rules in the Seventh Senate Senator Ita Enang and secretary of the committee.
This was contained in a letter addressed to Maikasuwa, entitled: “Letter of Invitation: Re: Forgeries/Fraudulent use of Senate Standing Order/Rules 2015 (as amended) by the 8th Senate.”
The letter was dated July 1and signed by Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department, Abuja, DIG Dan’ Azumi J. Doma.
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