In this deluge of security personnel, the leadership of the National Assembly is yet to come to terms with the free access the "mace thieves" had when they struck on Wednesday, fuelling speculations of possible collusion.
The Senate described the theft in the capital Abuja as an "act of treason" and gave police 24 hours to retrieve the mace.
Deputy Inspector General of Police Operation, Joseph Habila returning Hijacked Senate Mace to National Assembly Clark, Sani Omolori at National Assembly Abuja.
Omo-Agege is a senator who was suspended last week after a disagreement with other lawmakers.
"However, the security of this parliament is fully outside the control of the National Assembly".
Mr Akume also raised some queries on the invasion: "How was it that thugs in t-shirts were allowed access to the Senate Chambers, seeing the scrutiny citizens on legitimate business at the National Assembly go through to have access to the premises?"
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The team of lawyers led by Aliyu Umar, a Senior Avocate of Nigeria, asked for court's protection for the embattled senator pending determination of a fundamental human rights case brought against the respondents. Ordinarily, a big institution like the National Assembly should have its own police, apart from the Sergeants-at-Arm.
The Senator later apologised to his colleagues after the Senate had directed its Ethics & Privileges Committee to investigate the matter. "We will get to the root of this matter".
The Senate has confirmed receipt of the snatched mace, which was recovered and returned by the Police. I want to assure Nigerians that we will never waver in the responsibility they have elected us to shoulder.
He added that since Senate President Bukola Saraki was out of the country, he had to brief Osinbajo as President Muhammadu Buhari was attending the Commonwealth of States meeting in the United Kingdom.
"The incident at the senate is hard for one to understand how it happened".