The House of Representatives on Thursday recorded a rowdy session over its leadership positions.

This followed the decision of some members of the House to block moves to read a letter by the All Progressives Party on the leadership positions.

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The members disrupted proceedings when Rep. Orker-Jev Yisa, the Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Review of House Standing Order, stood to move a motion for a closed-door session.

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The protesting members scrambled to snatch the mace as they chanted songs against the proposed closed-door session.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that on Wednesday, the North Central and South East caucuses of APC in the House, had protested that there were attempts to marginalise the zones in the leadership positions.

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