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BREAKING: Senators in closed-door meeting

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Nigerian Senators are currently in closed session after a brief break in Red chambers.
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The reason for the meeting is unknown but this is coming shortly after the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, sworn in Rochas Okorocha as Senator representing Imo West.
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