Senator Ali Ndume, who lost the Senate Presidency to Senator Ahmed Lawan today, June 11, has said that he was satisfy with the outcome of the election and that he would now have sound sleeps.
“I am comfortable with it (the election). I was one of the first that went to congratulate my colleagues.
”I am okay. I will sleep very well today and you know, I was looking forward to this day because I worked very hard.”
Senator Ndume, who spoke to news men shortly after the election, was particularly happy with the emergence of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege as the deputy Senate president, saying that his election had shown the beauty of democracy.
”I have confidence in him and all we need to do is to cooperate as one among equal. I like his energy and resilience and I hope he will make a very good deputy senate president.”