Taiga congratulates Urhobo over Omo-Agege’s resumption
President General of Urhobo Progress Union, Olorogun Moses Taiga, has rejoiced with the Urhobo Nation over Senator Ovie Omo-Agege’s resumption of duties.
In a press release, Olorogun Taiga said while the suspension of Omo-Agege lasted, it was the Urhobo Nation that suffered, because it was robbed of his voice in the senate.
Taiga urged the senate leadership to stop further appeal on the matter and face more urgent matters of national importance.
He said: “We have many problems in Nigeria to keep the senate busy, and it should refrain from chasing shadows.
“The rejection by the court, of the senate’s plea of stay of execution of the earlier judgment declaring Omo-Agege’s suspension illegal, further attests to the futility of the senate’s continuous pursuit of the case,” Taiga asserted.
The President General used the opportunity to urge Omo-Agege to redouble his efforts in his service to his fatherland, especially the Urhobo Nation that sent him to the Senate..
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