NewsBokoHaram: Senate adjourns its plenary to honor the 44 soldiers who lost their lives to attack

It was a morning of sadness across the nation late last month after 44  troops of the Nigerian soldiers lost their lives in a severe attack by a popular terrorist group know as Boko Haram.
_Senate adjourns its plenary to honor  the 44 soldiers who lost their lives to attack_

The Nigerian Senate on Thursday in respect to the 44 lives lost,. adjourned its plenary to honor  the 44 soldiers who lost their lives in a recent attack.

The decision to suspend the plenary session was taken after the Thursday proceedings, which lasted for about two hours.

Senate President Bukola Saraki moved the  motion to suspend the plenary and was seconded by the Minority Leader.

The plenary was adjourned till Tuesday, November 27, 2018.

Speaking on the loss of 44 soldiers in northern Borno, Saraki said: “We must pay our respects to these brave men that have sacrificed and paid the ultimate price for our own safety and peace in our country”.

Senator Bala Na’allah, in his remarks, disclosed that his cousin was one of the 44 soldiers killed during the attack by Boko Haram terrorists, and citing Order 42 and 52, he urged the Senate to take judicial notice of the incident.

The lawmakers observed a one-minute silence for those who lost their lives in the attack, and also agreed that the Senate Committee on Army would pay a condolence visit to the families of the deceased soldiers and the Chief of Army Staff.

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