The Senate had on April 12, 2018, suspended Omo-Agege for 90 legislative days for dragging the chamber to court over the amendment to the Electoral Act 2010 which seeks to reshuffle the sequence of polls during a general election.
"Having regard to the settled position of the law as expoused by our courts in not less than five cases wherein the suspension of legislators by legislative houses was annulled and set aside the Senate should withdraw the appeal filed against the judgment of the Federal High Court in the case of Senator Omo-Agege".
"We have equally filed an appeal against the judgment of the court and a motion for stay of execution of the judgment at the Court of Appeal".
Giving his thoughts on the decision of the Senate, Saraki emphasised on the need for serving senators to respect and preserve the integrity of the Senate.More news: Uber Eliminates Forced Arbitration for Sex Misconduct Claims
In its statement late on Monday, the Senate said it would allow the senator resume in obedience to the court order.
The judge noted that from the wording of the report of the Senate's Ethics and Privileges Committee which recommended Omo-Agege's suspension, he was punished for filing a suit against the Senate after apologising to the legislative house over the allegation leveled against him.
Mr Omo-Agege had approached the court to determine whether the Senate has authority to investigate and even discipline a senator, whose case is already before a court of law.
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Omo-Agege, a lawyer had challenged his suspension in court.
For Senator Omo-Agege, the Committee in the invitation letter said, "based on the testimony of the National Assembly Divisional Police Officer (DPO), the DSS and the Sergeant at Arms, you are alleged to have entered the National Assembly accompanied by seven persons who allegedly took the mace of the Senate during plenary session on April 18, at about 11:30 a.m". Dino Melaye (Kogi-APC) on the matter.
Suspected thugs allegedly accompanying Senator Omo-Agege into the Senate chambers had disrupted proceedings carting the mace.
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the court had nullified the suspension of Mr Omo-Agege last week Thursday, saying that the Senate's decision regarding the suspension, as well as the pattern adopted by the National Assembly, was constitutionally defective.More news: Apple iPhones to get these three new colours in 2018
The local government congress was relatively peaceful across the state, except at Oleh in Isoko area where a faction of the party reportedly attacked members of another camp.