Months after he lost his seat as the deputy Senate president, Ike Ekwremadu on Wednesday, February 12, clinched a new position in the upper house.
Ekweremadu has been elected as the leader of the southeast caucus in the Senate following an election held on Wednesday, The Nation reports.
The former Senate president’s victory was announced by Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, the minority leader.
Abaribe said that the election that led to Ekweremadu’s victory was peaceful and credible.
The new agency report that the Senator, who is completing his fourth Tenure in the NASS, was re-elected for a fifth term during the just concluded general elections