Abuja - Legislative activities of the floor of the Senate were again brought to a halt on Wednesday for the second time following the unresolved issues arising from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ward congresses held last Saturday, reports Vanguard.
The Senate was forced to end the session as the PDP legislators went into a closed door meeting to address the matter.
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Wednesday's session on the floor did not last last more than 15 minutes before the motion for adjournment was moved by the PDP senators to enable the caucus continue with the meeting.
The senators had on Tuesday threatened to shut down legislation in protest of their losses at the party’s ward congresses on Saturday, accusing President Jonathan handing over the PDP structures in the states to the governors.
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