An Abuja High Court has granted Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, representing Delta central, an interim order restraining the police, the Department of State Services (DSS) and other law enforcement bodies from arresting him.
The suspended Senator, Ovie Omo-Agege had earlier been accused by the Senate of complicity in the rowdy session at the Senate on Wednesday.
The rowdy session led to the penetration of the Red Chambers by some hoodlums who carted away the legislative symbol of authority. Omo-Agege was then invited by the police and later released. The mace was then recovered under a flyover in Abuja and returned by the police to the Senate.
Omo-Agege got the interim order restraining the police, the Department of State Service and other law enforcement bodies from arresting him after his lawyers approached the court on Thursday to seek an interim injunction against arrest or detention of the Senator.
Omo-Agege has since denied the allegation of leading the hoodlums who carted away the mace from the Red Chambers and denied being arrested by the police.
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