Senator Ali Ndume says the emergence of Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege as the deputy Senate president had shown the beauty of democracy.
Ndume, who lost to Senator Ahmed Lawan, said this in a chat with newsmen in Abuja.
”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.
“I am comfortable with it. 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,” he said.