Nigeria Senate have resolved to allow Senator Ali Ndume (Borno-South) resume on Wednesday from his six-month suspension by the lawmakers.
Ndume who had asked the senate to probe the allegation that Saraki owned a bullet proof Range Rover which was seized by customs also asked the senate to probe allegations of certificate forgery against Melaye
Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over the plenary today, made the announcement after an executive meeting.
Ekweremadu also said the lawmakers had agreed that the senator would be allowed to resume “without prejudice to the case pending in court.”
Senator Ali Ndume had however stated that his suspension was not right in the first place because he believed he did not do anything to warrant his suspension.
According to him , ”If it is vindictiveness or vengeance, then an appeal on the declaratory judgment would now prove that it is vindictiveness.”