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James Manager, the senator representing Delta South Senatorial District at the National Assembly, has said life after the Senate is suffocating.

The Peoples Democratic Party senator made this remark on the floor of the senate on Wednesday, June 1, while eulogizing Late Umar Hambagda‎, an ex-senator from Borno south senatorial district, who died on Democracy day, May 29.

According to Manager, the Late Umar Hambagda was not well taken care of after he left the Senate.
James Manager, senator representing Delta South Senatorial District at the National Assembly, has said life after the Senate is suffocating.

James Manager, senator representing Delta South Senatorial District at the National Assembly, has said life after the Senate is suffocating.

“Let’s face it, life outside the senate is suffocating,” he said.
Responding to Manager’s remark, Senate President Bukola Saraki said that the Senate would work out an internal mechanism of aiding ex-members.

‎ Ali Ndume, senate leader, had raised a point of order to announce the passing of Hambagda, who was in the fifth and sixth senate.

He said that the deceased was survived by a wife and 16 children.

Meanwhile, Senate President Bukola Saraki finally had an opportunity to fire at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Tuesday, May 31, as he accused the agency of focusing attention on harassment of government officials instead of investigating alleged corrupt practices at the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation.
Saraki said Nigeria was only paying lip-service to the fight against corruption.
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