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23 Nov 2020
Plot to scrap The Senate could lead to anarchy - Ahmed Lawan
14 Jul 2020
What Ahmed Lawan said as Buhari signs revised N10.8trn budget
4 Jul 2020
Senate President Ahmed Lawan reacts to increase in electricity tariff
16 Apr 2020
Revealed- We spend N12b monthly on homegrown school feeding, says Ahmed Lawan
5 Dec 2019
Senator Smart Adeyemi, has been officially sworn-in as the lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District, President of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan, administered the oath of office during Wedneday's Plenary. He defeated Senator Dino Melaye in last month's rerun election and the following supplementary poll.
20 Oct 2019
We'll take it up Kidnapping with FG, others - Ahmed Lawan
13 Oct 2019
Senate President Lawan reacts to Okorocha’s proposed reduction in number of Legislators
12 Oct 2019
2020 budget: We're ready to commence with processing - Ahmed Lawan
29 Sep 2019
What Ahmed Lawan said about xenophobic attacks on Nigerians
28 Jul 2019
Ahmed Lawan opens up on why North-East crisis defies current solutions.
25 Jul 2019
How Ahmed Lawan rescued Amaechi from Rivers, PDP Senators during a ministerial screening
23 Jul 2019
Boko Haram: We can’t send people to battlefront without proper tools, says Ahmed Lawan

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