Former Governor of Cross River State and presidential candidate, Donald Duke, has blamed former governors in the Senate for the troubles in the house.

According to him, much of the crisis witnessed in the National Assembly may not be farfetched from the fact that many governors, after leaving office, become Senators and go on to hold such positions for a long time.

In a tweet via his handle, @Donald_Duke, he wrote: "The Senate won’t find peace until former governors stop making it a retirement home."

The National Assembly, in recent times, has been at the forefront of intrigues following the invasion by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) on Tuesday, as well as political activities surrounding Bukola Saraki, Senate President and former Governor of Kwara State, as well as Senator Godswill Akpabio, who is a former Governor of Akwa Ibom State.

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