Nigerian Senator Biodun Olujimi, orders aide to slap staff for sharing elevator with her

Biodun Olujimi, a Nigerian Senator representing Ekiti south has been under fire for reportedly telling her aide to assault a member of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN). It was gathered that the Nigerian Senator ordered the assault because the PASAN member shared an elevator with her.

Nigerian Senator Biodun Olujimi orders aide to slap staff for sharing elevator with her lailasnews


The assault ordered by the Senator who was on her way to the public hearing of the Senate committee on petroleum downstream, investigating the N5 trillion subsidy payment to the Nigerian National Petroleum Commission (NNPC), made workers at the national assembly create a scene on Monday.

An eyewitness told Premium Times that the said the lawmaker directed her aide to “slap” the legislative official, who immediately responded in kind. The PASAN staff however slapped the senator and not her aide.

Mrs. Olujimi left the elevator and challenged the PASAN official, who was immediately shielded by his colleagues.

The PASAN staff refused to apologise, and it took the intervention of National Assembly security officials to rescue her from the scene. Other PASAN members declined comments and refused to give the name of the official involved.

A national assembly staff said: ”From today, I will start entering lift with senators. No senator will ever push me out.”

The lawmaker thereafter attended public hearing. In a chat with some journalists after the hearing, she vowed to take up the case with the National Assembly security.

Still on Nigerian Assembly report, a Senator representing Bauchi central senatorial district, Isah Misau has been cautioned by the high court of the Federal Capital Territory, Maitama, Abuja, against making further comments in the media on issues bordering on the charges for which he was being prosecuted.

The senator was re-arraigned by the federal government before the court on amended charges of spreading malicious falsehood of corruption and unethical practices against the Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris, and others.

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  1. I love the retaliation from the staff. No one has the monopoly to violence. Shame to the senator, is that staff not a human being? by tomorrow we will abuse the white for been racist but we too are even worse. If it was me, I would have slap the both of them.

  2. For what………? Old woman see let me tell ur power ends here on earth when we get there nobody will remember ur tittle so behave yourself ok, see her wicked face don’t worry one day all our money go hang for una throat smh

  3. Kudos staff, wat nonsense,is the elevator made for her alone…let her go to her house n use hers,if she has one….rubbish..maybe the senator was drunk,they should take her for checkup

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