On Wednesday, the Senate decided to adjourn the session until July 4.
This decision came after the acceptance of a proposal by the deputy president of the Senate, Barau Jubril (APC-Kano), during the plenary session held on Wednesday.
The Senate agreed to notify President Bola Tinubu that a quorum of the 10th Senate had gathered and the presiding officers had been elected.
Additionally, a motion was passed to send congratulatory letters to the speaker and deputy speaker of the House of Representatives regarding their election. These letters will also inform them about the election of the president and deputy president of the Senate.
Furthermore, during the session, it was decided to correspond with international parliamentary organizations to inform them that a quorum of the 10th Senate had been established and that the Senate was prepared to receive communications.
The organizations to be notified include the African Union (AU), ECOWAS Parliament, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CWPA), and Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), among others.