Senate Suspends The Controversial Code of Conduct Bill

The Nigerian Senate has suspended the ongoing controversial amendment of the Code of Conduct Act which was initiated and referred to its committees on Judiciary and Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions last week, reports premiumtimes.

The legislative body also resolved to suspend amendment of Administration of Criminal Justice Acts (ACJA).

Similarly, the report of the Ethics Committee on Kabiru Marafa, a senator known to be opposed to embattled Senate President Bukola Saraki, was also stepped down.

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These decisions were taken during the Senate’s closed door session on Wednesday.

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