9th Assembly: Omo-Agege Emerges Deputy Senate President

The Senator-elect for Delta Central Senatorial District, Ovie Omo-Agege has emerged the Deputy Senate President of the 9th Assembly.

Omo-Agege defeated Senator Ike Ekweremadu in a landslide victory after 105 senators voted.

After voting by the 105 accredited senators and result collated, Omo-Agege scored 68 votes while Ekweremadu scored 37 votes.

However, while taking the oath of office which was administered by the Clerk of the National Assembly Mohammed Sani-Omolori, pledged to uphold to the tenets guiding his office.

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While congratulating the Senate President, Deputy Senate President and newly elected senators, the Clerk of the National Assembly who begged to step out and continue with the inuaguration of the green chambers promised that members of the national Assembly will ensure a harmonious relationship is created while they serve.

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