Hon. Tunde Tella, Representing Abeokuta North State Constituency has opened up on the reason he moved the motion to suspend Hon. Olakunle Oluomo as the lawmaker after his impeachment as the speaker.
Tella who is also the Assembly’s Deputy Chief Whip moved the motion on Tuesday.
While speaking with newsmen, Tella submitted that Oluomo’s unwholesome attitude is detrimental to the physical, mental and moral well being of the Honourable House.
He added that Oluomo’s attitude is putting the image of this House in bad light and disrepute.
Recall that the Speaker of the Ogun State House of Assembly, Rt Hon. Oludaisi Elemide, today stepped down a motion moved by a member representing Abeokuta North State Constituency, Hon. Dr.Babatunde Tella and co- sponsored by five other lawmakers suspending the former Speaker Olakunle Oluomo for fourteen (Legislative) days.
Ruling on the motion after it was debated by all the other co- sponsors, Rt. Hon. Elemide pleaded with his colleague-lawmakers to consider the State and the efforts of the Dapo Abiodun led administration in conjuction with the legislature in turning around the State for better.
He noted that such efforts could only yield the desired results for the advancement of the State, when there is peace and tranquility in all spheres of governance, hence the need to suspend action on the matter.
The Speaker, who explained that although, Oluomo had violated the regulations of the House but the present leadership would be magnanimous in always upholding the sanity of the institution being the symbol of democracy.