The Imo House of Assembly has lifted the suspension placed on five of its members, who were suspended in November 2018, for alleged unparliamentary conduct.
The Speaker, Mr Iheanacho Ihim announced their recall during Tuesday’s plenary in Owerri.
Ihim said the matter was resolved after an interface at an executive session, saying that the members have been fully readmitted.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Speaker had on April 11 invited the suspended members to an interface at the executive session of April 16 to discuss their possible readmission.
He issued the invitation following a motion by Mr Chika Madumere (AGAP-Nkwerre) at plenary.
A state High Court had on Nov. 5, 2018 quashed the suspension of four of the five members, describing it as unconstitutional.
The court also jointly awarded the applicants, Dr Uche Oguwuike (Ikeduru-APC), Mr Chiji Collins (Isiala Mbano- APGA), Mr Israel Nnataraonye (Mbaitoli-APC) and Mr Nkenna Nzeruo (Oru East-APC) N8…