Breaking: U.S Invites Ekweremadu Even As APC Vows To Nail Him

The U.S Law Library of Congress, the organiser of United State Constitution Day Lecture, an annual event, has invited the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu to deliver a lecture on the “Influence of the U.S Constitution on African Democracies” in their 2016 edition of the event. 

A statement by Uche Anichukwu, Ekweremadu’s Special Adviser on Media, said this was announced by the U.S Law Library of Congress at the weekend. 

According to the statement, Ekweremadu who is both the Deputy Senate President and chairman of the Senate Committee on Review of 1999 Constitution will be the first non-U.S citizen to deliver the August lecture commemorating the ratification of the world oldest written Constitution on Sep 17, 1787.

Recall that APC through the Attorney General of the Federation dragged the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu to court over allegation of forgery of Senate standing order.  Despite these confrontation, the Deputy Senate President has remained focus with his legislative functions.


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