President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has made an appeal to Nigeria’s Judiciary to hastily prosecute cases of Oil theft and other related crimes in order to curb the revenue loss emanating from the sector.

Lawan made the appeal when the Leadership of the Senate met with Heads of the Security Agencies on Monday.

The meeting which was a follow up to a similar one held early in August was presided over by the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan and attended by the Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, other principal officers of the Senate and Chairmen of security related committees of the Senate.

Also in attendance were the Chief of Defence Staff, the three Service Chiefs, Inspector General of Police, Directors-General of National Intelligence Agency(NIA), State Security Service(SSS) and Commandant General of the National Security and Civil Defence Corps while the Acting Comptroller General of the Immigration Service was represented.

In his opening speech, the Senate​ President noted that it’s not enough to just confiscate the looted goods but ensure they are publicly brought to book.


President of the Senate also commended the armed forces for the sustained fight against terrorists, banditry and kidnapping in the last one month.

Lawan then appealed to the Security Chiefs to take lawmakers into confidence during the closed door session. END!!!


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