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BREAKING: Senate Suspends Public Hearings Over Coronavirus

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The Senate has announced the partial closure of its activities to members of the public to safeguard the National Assembly Complex from coronavirus. Senate Suspends.

Senate President Ahmad Lawan announced the development at plenary after a one-hour closed session.

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Lawan said all forms of public hearing and excursion of students to the Senate have been suspended till further notice. Senate Suspends.

The Senate President, in addition, announced the closure of its gallery where journalists and members of the public, usually converge to observe plenary proceedings

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