Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy president of senate has said that he is not happy with the emergence of Ovie Omo-Agege as his successor.
Mr Ekweremadu polled 37 votes while Mr Omo-Agege has 68 votes to emerge.
Expressing his displeasure, Mr Ekweremadu said it is a national disgrace having Mr Omo-Agege, who “led” thugs to steal the mace last year as second in command in the affairs of the state.
“I believe there must be a referendum,” Ekweremadu said.
Hynaija recalled how Mr Omo-Agege led thugs to invade the Senate chamber in April 2018 and forcefully removed the mace.
A National Assembly joint ad hoc committee in July 2018, recommended the suspension to Mr Omo-Agege for 180 legislative days.