The National Assembly will resume sittings on Thursday two weeks after suspending business over coronavirus.

“This Office of the Clerk wishes to inform the general public that following the Presidential proclamation declaring a State of Public Emergency in accordance with section 34 of the 1997 Constitution on Friday 27th March, 2020 and the fact that the National Assembly is currently in its First Ordinary Session in 2020, the National Assembly will reconvene its sittings on Thursday 02nd April, 2020 at 10:00am,” the House said through the clerk’s office on Tuesday.

“During this period, the Hon. Attorney General and Minister for Justice will table a Motion seeking the approval of the National Assembly to extend the State of Public Emergency for 90 days.”