‘Saraki Should Be Blamed For Stolen Mace’ – Sagay

‘Saraki Should Be Blamed For Stolen Mace’ – Sagay

By Wires Editor | The Trent on April 22, 2018
Itse Sagay, Saraki, Senate, Mace
Professor Itse Sagay (SAN)

Itse Sagay, SAN, the chairman of presidential advisory committee against corruption, has blamed Senate President Bukola Saraki for the invasion of the Senate by suspected thugs on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

Sagay explained that Saraki and his minions in the senate had been provoking people to take the law into their own hands.

The Senior Advocate said this while speaking to Punch on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

He said, “This Senate led by Bukola Saraki has been provoking Nigerians for a long time. What happened on Wednesday was illegal; there is no doubt about that. But the provocation that this particular Senate has been inflicting on Nigerians has reached a boiling point.

“You cannot be enjoying the huge and enormous resources of the people, living in luxury and at the same time refusing to do your job, making trouble with the executive at the slightest opportunity, bringing the government to a standstill and then turning members of the Senate into puns who can be pushed here and there.

“I think Saraki has gone too far. While what happened today is illegal, I have no doubt in my mind that he and the group that surround him provoked it. Ultimately, I hold Saraki responsible for what happened today.”

The Trent reports that thugs suspected to be loyal to the suspended Ovie Omo-Agege, a senator representing Delta Central Senatorial district, had invaded the red chambers and forcefully took away the mace.

They broke into the chambers when plenary was going on, creating serious confusion and tension.

Few hours later, Sen. Omo-Agege was arrested in connection to the incident but was later released, after which he denied claims that he staged the incident.

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