The National Assembly on Tuesday adjourned plenary over the death of a serving lawmaker, Honourable Olufunke Adedoyin of Kwara State.
Plenary was adjourned in line with the practice of the National Assembly in the case of the death of a serving legislator.
The National Assembly had earlier on Tuesday resumed plenary after a long break which lasted over two months.
They also had a closed-door session which lasted for about one hour.
Senate President, Bukola Saraki, led the prayers during commencement of the plenary at the Senate at 11:06 a.m.
Prayers were also said in honour of Honourable Olufunke Adedoyin.
Adedoyin from Kwara State died on September 28, while the National Assembly was on a break.
Adedoyin, aged 54, was a former Minister of State for Health. He also served as the Deputy Chairman, House Committee on Army till she died.