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Newly Elected Lawmaker Walked Out Of Reps Sitting For Improper Dressing

A member of the House of Representatives was shown the door for improper dressing unbecoming of a lawmaker at the plenary on Wednesday.

The member whose name could not be ascertained had walked into plenary towards the end of the day’s proceedings, and taken his seat at the upper floor used as an alternative chamber temporarily being used given that the main chamber is under renovation.

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A member of the House of Representatives was shown the door for improper dressing unbecoming of a lawmaker at the plenary on Wednesday.

The member whose name could not be ascertained had walked into plenary towards the end of the day’s proceedings, and taken his seat at the upper floor used as an alternative chamber temporarily being used given that the main chamber is under renovation.

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At that point, Hon. Billy Osaweru (APC, Edo) raised a point of order, calling the attention of the House. He said that the mode of dressing had been contravened.

He said “Mr. Speaker, our rules state the need for proper dressing while coming for plenary. Mr. Speaker, if you look upstairs, there is a member in the chamber wearing a T-Shirt and jeans trousers”.

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But while Osaweru was raising the point of order, the member hurriedly stood up and walked out of the Chamber, even as the Speaker, Tajudeen Abbas concurred with the point of order, saying “point of order complied with”.

Meanwhile, besides the news of the lawmaker in the House of Representatives being walked out for improper dressing,

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