Former Senate Majority Leader, Ali Ndume who was suspended in controversial circumstance eight months ago has finally been recalled by the Upper Chamber.
The Borno APC senator was placed on suspension following the recommendation of the ethics and privileges committee of the Senate headed by Chris Anyanwu.
The committee was asked to investigate allegations against Bukola Saraki, the President of the Senate, and Dino Melaye.
Although Mr. Ndume was not the originator of the allegations, on March 20, he raised a point of order asking the Senate to investigative issues involving the two lawmakers, as reported in the media.
Mr. Ndume requested that the Senate provides an avenue for those involved to clear their names and redeem the image of the institution.
In a letter addressed to Mr. Ndume by the Clerk to the Senate, Nelson Ayewoh, he was asked to resume in plenary on Wednesday (tomorrow).
“The suspension notice of the Senate vide Resolution S/Res/130/02/17 expires on November 14th, 2017.
“This communication is to inform the Distinguished Senator of your resumption in plenary scheduled for Wednesday, 15th November, 2017,” the clerk wrote.
The letter dated November 6 came four days before the Federal High Court in Abuja nullified Mr. Ndume’s suspension.
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