Against all odds, the lawmaker representing Delta Central Senatorial District, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has resumed at the Senate chamber.
On Wednesday morning, the lawmaker appeared at the Senate chamber where he was said to have signed the attendance register and left.
It was further gathered that he returned and proceeded to the upper legislative chambers where the lawmakers are now in a closed-door session.
The closed-door session began shortly after the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, said the opening prayers.
Recall that Omo-Agege, who was suspended for 90 legislative days over a comment allegedly tarnishing the image of the Senate, failed to show up for plenary on Tuesday, but was, however, summoned alongside Senator Ali Ndume to explain their various roles in the event of the snatching of the senate mace.