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Distinguished Senator Solomon Adeola has said that it is worrisome to witness businesses shutting down due to temporary closure at the borders. He made the statement during a plenary session at the Senate while contributing to a motion moved by Senator Adamu Aliero (representing Kebbi). The senator while speaking said he's greatly perturbed for his people, the people Badagry who are closest to the border between Nigeria and the Benin Republic, he then declared the closure as a matter of urgency and importance and must be addressed immediately to avoid gross loss in the Nigeria market.
He vehemently advocated for a lasting solution as it is affecting businesses across the country. He also called on appropriate agencies to take immediate actions in tackling smuggling and other related issues which is the top cause of the closure.

Members of the Senate Ad-hoc Committee recently paid a courtesy visit to Governor Sanwo -Olu of Lagos State. The committee led by Sen. Ibrahim Gabir was on an investigative visit to the state concerning the Ijegun Pipeline Explosion which occurred on July 4th and was caused...

Senator representing Lagos West and chairman, Senate Committee on Finance, Solomon Adeola has declared that the 9th Assembly would not tolerate unauthorized expenditures not backed by law or the relevant Acts of the National Assembly guiding such expenditure from the Ministry of Finance or agencies...

The Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial District in the National Assembly, Distinguished Senator Solomon Olamilekan Adeola Yayi, demonstrated another gesture of a quality representative and to further confirm that Lagos West is in a safe and competent hand, as he commissioned an ICT centre in...

The Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial District, Senator Solomon Adeola has commended the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode for the huge investment in provision of security in Lagos state as only a secure environment is conducive to economic and social development. Reacting to the recently commissioned Police helicopters, patrol...