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27042018 - KILLINGS: Senate summons Buhari to address NASS

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27042018 - KILLINGS: Senate summons Buhari to address

6BN TUCANO AIRCRAFT: Senate, House of Reps in stormy sessions My resolve to recover looted funds unshakable — BUHARI 4 3 Melaye’s brother, 3 others docked, remanded in prison for obstruction 3 NEC bans movement of herdsmen in Benue, 3 Taraba, others ** VOL. 26: NO. 63537 FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018 KILLINGS: Senate summons Buhari to address NASS •The President will respond officially — PRESIDENCY •Tells Benue people not to play into the hands of agents of disunity •Herdsmen attack another Benue church, kill seven refuge-seekers •Benue Assembly summons Gov Ortom, suspends plenary •Defend yourselves, Gov Ortom urges the people •Catholic Church to hold mass burial for 2 priests, 17 others BUHARI IN BAUCHI By Henry Umoru & Peter Duru ABUJA—The Senate, yesterday, concurred with the House of Representatives when it summoned President Muhammadu Buhari to appear before a joint session of the National Assembly to address it on the spate of killings in the country. This came on a day suspected herdsmen in the early hours of yesterday, again, invaded African Church, Mbamondo Ukemberagya in Logo Local Government Area of Benue State, killing seven persons, who were taking refuge in the church after being displaced by the raging herdsmen crisis in the area. The Senate resolution Continues on Page 5 Naira appreciates marginally to N360.42/$ in I&E window Mr & Mrs 40 A crowd welcomes President Muhammadu Buhari on the first day of his working visit to Bauchi State, yesterday. INSET: President Buhari (3rd left), with the state governor, Mohammed Abubakar (left) and others at the commissioning of a project in Bauchi, yesterday. State House photo. FG redesigns 2nd Niger Bridge from 2km to 7.9km — NGIGE 15 Commotion in Abakaliki as okada riders protest killing of colleague by Police over N50 7 Senate asks NNPC to refund N216bn spent as subsidy in 2017 OWEI COLUMNISTS: AZU GWANGWAZO 31 40 31 SEE INSIDE 4

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