- A member of the Parliamentary staff Association of Nigeria at the national assembly has been reportedly assaulted by Biodun Olujimi, a senator representing Ekiti south
- Olujimi allegedly asked her aide to slap the national assembly staff
- She was reportedly angry because the staff member decided to ride in an elevator with her
Biodun Olujimi, senator representing Ekiti south, on Monday, January 29, allegedly asked her aide to assault a member of the Parliamentary staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) at the national assembly.
The lawmaker was reportedly angry by the decision of the PASAN member to ride in an elevator with her.
The Cable reports that the occurrence caused an uproar as his colleagues stormed out of the congress in a bid to attack the lawmaker, who was scuttled to safety by her security guards.
A national assembly staff said: ''From today, I will start entering lift with senators. No senator will ever push me out.''
It was learnt that the parliamentary staff were holding the congress to embark on a strike. Olujimi vowed to take the matter up with the police.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the senator representing Bauchi central senatorial district, Isah Misau has been cautioned by the high court of the Federal Capital Territory, Maitama, Abuja, against making further comments in the media on issues bordering on the charges for which he was being prosecuted.
The senator was re-arraigned by the federal government before the court on amended charges of spreading malicious falsehood of corruption and unethical practices against the Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris, and others.
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