Lawyers on Tuesday, including Senior Advocates of Nigeria, saluted the acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), for relieving the Director General of the Department of State Services, Lawal Daura, of his position.
Seiyefa was the director, Institute of Security Studies, Abuja.
Hooded armed men from the police and Department of State Service (DSS) filtered access to the two chambers - the Senate and House of Representatives - on Tuesday morning, preventing lawmakers, workers, journalists and other visitors from entering.
Said: "The Nigeria Police Force wishes to categorically state that its personnel was not involved in any way whatsoever in the blockade of the National Assembly in the early hours of today, 7th August, 2018".
Daura has been directed to hand over to the most senior officer of the State Security Service until further notice.
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These included the country's third most senior elected official, Senate President Bukola Saraki. Saraki had called a meeting of parliamentary leaders to hold on Tuesday amid pressures on the lawmakers to approve funding for next year's election.
Angry Nigerians have however taken to social media to react to the news, throwing "stones" at acting president, prof Yemi Osinbajo. Boma Goodhead, the Honourable Member from Rivers State who defied the masked gunmen from DSS at the gates of the National Assembly.
Seiyefa, however, came out of the Acting President's office around 5p.m, without addressing the press.