DEVELOPING: Police Arrests Omo-Agege, May Be Charged For Treason


By Sadiq Umar – Suspended Delta North senator, Ovie Omo-Agege has been arrested and would be charged force treason.

Mr. Omo-Agege was arrested Wednesday following his role in the carting away of the senate mace by thugs who invaded the chamber during plenary.

The senate had gone into “Executive Session” to deliberate on the broad day seizure of its made and the presence of the suspended senator in the hallowed chamber.

Deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu announced after the deliberation during plenary that serious breach had occurred in the chamber.

Spokesman of the senate, Abdullahi Sabi told journalists that the senate had ordered the arrest of Mr. Omo-Agege for treason. The embattled senate may be charged for forceful attempt to overthrow an arm of government.

Fresh facts emerging from the National Assembly revealed the Mace was forcefully taken away by unknown persons led to the Senate chamber by the suspended Senator, Ovie Omo-Agege, as the senate resume plenary Wednesday.

Earlier report monitored on AIT shows that no sooner the deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu assumed his seat to preside over the day’s sitting than pandemonium broke out right inside the hallowed chamber at the entrance with some officials of Sergent-at-arm seen struggling with the “strangers” who were throwing chairs ostensibly to create confusion.

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In a commando style, at about 11 25 a.m., the men numbering five were led straight towards the mace by Mr. Omo-Agege while some the confusion lasted.

The men got hold of the mace and made away with it in the full glares of the camera. Amid the pandemonium, they ran out of the chamber unrestrained and escaped through the back gate of the National Assembly premises through the adjourning gate leading to the Presidential Villa.

While this was happening, the suspended senator then made straight to his seat, even as the visibly confused presiding officer, Mr. Ekweremadu called for a closed door session.

Mr. Omo-Agege, who was suspended last week for 90 legislative day over his pro-Buhari stance.


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