The Senate has resolved that Sen. Mohammed Ndume (APC) should resume sitting on Wednesday November 15, since he had served out his suspension of 90 legislative days.

So, while Nigerians continue to deal with political permutations that might have led to his reinstatement, the man is getting his white agbada ready for resumption.

The decision was reached after a closed-door meeting by the Senate on Tuesday before its plenary.

Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over the plenary, said Ndume had served out his suspension of 90 legislative days, without prejudice to the current court process.

Ndume got into trouble with his colleagues for daring to demand for an investigation into the allegation that Sen. Dino Melaye did not obtain first degree at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State.

On March 29, they suspended the former Senate Leader as recommended by the Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions, which investigated the allegation.

Since then, he has been on forced sabbatical.

The university authorities later came out and declared that Melaye, APC – Kogi West, passed out with a degree at the institution.


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