Omo-Agege presides over plenary for the first time in seven months. Nigeria’s Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege on Thursday, took charge of plenary for the first time in seven months.
He rose to occupy the seat at exactly 11.30 am after the Senate President, Dr Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan sought to leave the Chambers to attend to other issues outside.
DSP’s announcement by Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, however, thrilled the Chambers. Reacting, Senator James Manager said:”I have an observation. It is good to see you there.
Senator Abba Moro representing Benue South Senatorial district was the first to move a motion that was supervised by the DSP.
Source – Daily Post
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