Senate Rejects Bill Seeking to Legalize Power Rotation

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The National Assembly has rejected a bill to legalize the rotation of power in Nigeria across the six geo-political zones.

The bill sponsored by the lawmaker representing Benue South, Patrick Moro, was mainly supported by the majority caucus.

Moro stated that the law on power rotation in Nigeria will help improve the wrangle for power and also promote unity in the country.


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