Senate admits Cross River senator-elect Jarigbe Abom Jargbe

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The Senate has just administered on Jarigbe Abom Jarigbe, as a fully elected senator representing Cross River North Senatorial District.

He is to replace Stephen Odeh who lost out the protracted legal battle recently at the Supreme Court.

The determined case was a pre-election matter involving two candidates of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the last senatorial election.

The new Senator Jarigbe took the oath of office and oath of the Federal Republic as led by the Clerk of the Senate and was later allotted a seat in the Upper Chamber.

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