Three new senators take oath of office
On Tuesday, three senators who recently won by-elections in their respective senatorial districts took their oath of office on the floor of the Senate.
The new senators took the oath of office before the Senate President Godswill Akpabio during plenary.
The senators are Pam Mwadkon (ADP-Plateau North), Anthony Ani (APC-Ebonyi South) and Mustapha Musa (APC-Yobe East).
The oath of office was administered by the clerk of the Senate, Chinedu Akubueze, after which they were led to their respective seats.
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