By Toby Prince
Senate presidency hopeful, Ali Ndume, has vowed to dismantle the office of the Senate President if elected head of the National Assembly.
Mr Ndume made this known while accepting his nomination for the position on Tuesday.
” I wish to thank almighty Allah for being here since 2003 consequently.
I present my four-point agenda,” he said.
” First, the office of the president. I will dismantle this office. The powers of the Senators are virtually controlled by the Senate president.”
Mr Ndume is in contest with Senator Ahmed Lawan – both of the All Progressive Congress (APC).