It was reported that the 9th senate yesterday confirmed making the immediate past service chiefs of Nigeria, ambassadors of Nigeria, the same senators that ordered for the resignation and sack of the service chiefs. Many Nigerians has criticized the making of these immediate past chiefs as ambassadors of Nigeria, owing to all the blood sheds that took place in their watch. Former Nigerian Senator Shehu Sani, yesterday stated that the past service chiefs are fortunate, that it is not the 8th national assembly that oversaw their approval as ambassadors.
Today senator Dino melaye stated that the 9th Assembly is a waste of Economic and political space. After he made this statement, his counter part, Shehu Sani told him to remain calm. Below is the screenshot of the statements;
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