The Clerk of the National Assembly, Mohammed Sani Omolori has refused to enter the National Assembly premises without his aides.

Omolori, who arrived the National Assembly gate at about 10am, was told by security operatives that he would not be allowed in with the National Assembly staff working with him.

Sani-Omolori told journalists he would not have entered even if he was granted access as many of his staff are stranded outside.

“He’s (DSS officer) telling me they have security issues. I don’t know why this is.

“Even if I enter, how will I work without my staff?” he questioned.

“If I can’t go in with my staff, then what am I going to do?”

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He later put a call through to someone after which he returned back to his black SUV and zoomed off.

The DSS operatives, who sealed off the entrance to the National Assembly, had arrived as early as 6.55am to prevent lawmakers, journalists and staff of the National Assembly from gaining access to the premises.

Some of the lawmakers were later allowed to enter.

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