During the Senate investigative session presided by a six-man panel to probe the ”alleged” case of Senator Elisha Abbo assaulting a woman in an adult store, for which Abbo obligatorily appeared on Tuesday, Senator Oluremi Tinubu didn’t mince words in expressing how Abbo’s actions has smeared the institution of the Senate and that he wasn’t in a position to dictate the modalities and approach that panel should follow.She was firm and unflappable, and furthermore exercised her position within the ambit of the law to explicitly say Abbo could face suspension. And Abbo didn’t take this very well, directly telling Tinubu that she shouldn’t threaten him.