ByÂ Deji Elumoye in Abuja
The Senate ended its Executive Session at aboutÂ 12.30 pmÂ Tuesday. Senators are now moving to the House of Representatives Chamber for an emergencyÂ jointÂ session of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Senate President Bukola Saraki, as Chairman of the National Assembly, is expected to preside over the closed-door meeting with House Speaker Yakubu Dogara assisting.
A resolution of the emergency session will be made public by Saraki at the end of the meeting.
There are however speculations that the joint executive session may not be unconnected with recent developmentsÂ between the police and the Senate President.
The police hadÂ on SundayÂ said five gang leaders and some of the suspects arrested in connection with theÂ April 5Â Offa bank robbery confessed that they were political thugs of Senator Saraki and Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed.
Saraki and the governor have denied the allegations. The police had initially invited Saraki to appear at their office on Guzape, Abuja, but made a U-turnÂ on MondayÂ by requesting him to respond to the allegations in writingÂ within 48 hours.