FLOOD TAKES OVER NATIONAL ASSEMBLY, HALTS PLENARY

Written by on June 23, 2021


There was a downpour in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory Tuesday, that left several parts of the National Assembly Complex flooded.
The central lobby at the ‘White House’ section of the building, which adjoins the Senate and House of Representatives chambers, was flooded.
Other areas affected include the third and last gate to the premises as well as the road linking the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation to the National Assembly were especially flooded.
The Senate had resumed plenary Tuesday, while the House is to resume on June 28, 2021, as the National Assembly returns from a mid-term break.
At the lobby, workers of the two private firms engaged for cleaning services at the complex were busy mopping the floor while it rained.

Water could be seen dropping from several points on the famous green roof while Some senators watched as the workers struggle to keep the floor dry.
At the House, the downpour delayed legislative activities as several committees which had scheduled the meetings and hearings for the morning were forced to delay the events, as several workers and guests were said to have been trapped in their vehicles.

Credit: PUNCH


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