The Senate, on Thursday, suspended indefinitely its decision to question the Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah, at its general session, after repeatedly deferring the minister’s appearance.
Ms. Oduah will now appear before the Senate Committee on Aviation on an unnamed date, a new resolution approved by the lawmakers on Thursday said. The hearing is expected to be reported back to the senate plenary.
“The Senate accordingly resolves to rescind its earlier resolution that the minister of aviation and chief executives of the aviation parastatals to brief the senate plenary,” the motion read.
Senate president, David Mark did not give reasons for the senate’s decision.