NASS: Saraki embraces Omolori for return of peace
As chairman of the National Assembly, Saraki had last month commenced reconciling with his political adversaries in the Red Chamber by appointing them to chair of key committees.
It would be recalled that trouble started when the Senate President engaged the executive chairman of the National Assembly Service Commission, Adamu Fika, in unfriendly exchange of letters over the appointment of Omolori.
But it was gathered that shortly after he was confirmed as substantive clerk last Monday, Omolori initiated the reconciliation so as to facilitate a peaceful working environment in the National Assembly.
The peace deal received a boost when the Senate President equally began similar moves to restore stability, not just in the Senate, but also in the entire National Assembly.
The Guardian gathered that former Senate President, David Mark, who enjoyed a stable National Assembly throughout his eight-year tenure, is involved in the arrangement to reconcile Saraki with aggrieved lawmakers and the bureaucracy.
A source within the National Assembly bureaucracy said, “The major objective of Omolori’s peace deal is to reunite all those workers and inject fresh spirit of mutual relationship among them.”