The Delegate Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, has said he doesn’t lament preventing the eighth Senate from reprimanding the President, Significant General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).
Omo-Agege, who was blamed for engineering the intrusion of the Senate chamber, had purportedly shown up at the Public Gathering premises with hooligans accepted to be working for him on that day.
While responding to the episode on Thursday during his mission in Asaba, the All Reformists Congress Delta State governorship competitor expressed that he never lamented his activity.
He said, “I won’t ever lament my activity to close down the eighth Senate to stop the denunciation of President Buhari.
“Then, at that point, I was the true director of the Discretionary Demonstration, and subsequent to finishing up our report, Saraki and his associates chose to change what we passed and shipped off the Place of Delegates for simultaneous thought since they needed to arraign President Buhari.
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“In this way, I dissented and halted them, and the Saraki bunch said they had suspended me. As per how I might interpret the law, they don’t have the power to suspend me.
“Our gathering called the parliamentary gathering for help of Buhari in the Senate, then, at that point, put forth attempts to stop them, and I showed up out of the blue and shut down the sitting to stop the reprimand of President Buhari. I’m not lamenting the job I played.”
On the administration of the state, Omo-Agege said, “Assuming you make an objective evaluation of each and every town, town, city, and nearby government region in Delta State, including the riverine regions, you will arrive at the miserable resolution that the state is falling behind in each record of financial turn of events and monetary thriving.
“Ifeanyi Okowa’s administration alone has gobbled up above and beyond N2.8trn in seven years.
“There is neediness and significant infrastructural flimsiness from Asaba to Warri and environs, Ughelli to Udu, Sapele to Effurun, Koko to Oghara, Agbor to Ukwani, Ndokwa to Abraka, and different region of the state.”