Abuja - The Senate may have suspended the two people claiming to won the senatorial seat for the Niger South Senatorial District, reports NewsDay.
General Mohammed A. Garba and Mustapha Sani Mohammed are currently engaged in legal battle over who should be the authentic senator representing the senatorial seat.
The duo are both claiming to have won the March 28 election under the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
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While Garba was sworn in on June 9 , Mohammed was sworn in last week
The duo have been stopped from coming to the National Assembly.
The entitlements meant for the seat have also been stopped pending the outcome of the legal tussle over the seat.
Read more at NewsDay.
- News 24