The Eagle Online is reporting that the disagreement was at the ongoing consideration of the budget for the elections by senators on Thursday
The planned suspension of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege by the leadership of the Senate has hit the rock as the Senate hurriedly embarked on a two-month vacation after the defection of 15 senators from the All Progressives Congress on Tuesday.
Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, chairman of the committee, who addressed the aspirants at the party’s Secretariat in Osogbo, urged them to eschew violence and bitterness during the exercise.
Omo-Agege approached the court through an ex parte motion seeking to effect service of form 48 which is notice of contempt and form 49, notice of committal to prison on the respondents for refusing to accept personal service.
He made the remark in Abuja when he appeared before members of the Joint Ad Hoc Committee investigating the invasion of the National Assembly by hoodlums.
Sources hinted The Eagle Online that the conclusion of the work of the probe panel will see to the expulsion of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege from the 8th Senate.
Apata, who doubles as the Solicitor-General of the Federation, in his submission, said that the role of the AGF was to defend and protect the constitution, adding that he had to react to any issue that had to do with the constitution.
Oladele stated that the attack took place in the full glare and despite the heavy presence of all security agencies, including the Nigeria Police Force, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps and the the Department of State Services, not…
Musa told the News Agency of Nigeria on telephone that the incident was dangerous, not only for democracy, but for security.
Na’allah, representing the President of the Senate, Senator Bukola Saraki said this at a legislative summit organised by Hallow Mace Communications Ltd. on Tuesday in Abuja.
He said one of the conditions given by the Senate for his recall, the dissolution of the pro-President Muhammadu Buhari group in the Senate, was beyond him.
The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that Omo-Agege had gone to the tribunal to challenge the election of Senator Ighoyota Amori of the Peoples Democratic Party for Delta Central Senatorial District
The position of Omo-Agege, it was learnt, is premised on the fact that he stands a good chance of emerging the candidate of the PDP, sources close to him have said
Omo-Agege, who spoke during his consultation meeting with the National Executive and the Elders Council of the UPC in Warri, reiterated his resolve to vie for the governorship position and maintained that he was offering himself for the…
I gained nothing from my public opposition to His Excellency. We have moved beyond these things and as I said earlier, I have settled with the governor and I am happy in the party