An Abuja High Court has granted Ovie Omo-Agege, senator representing Delta central, an interim order restraining the police, the Department of Sate Services (DSS) and other law enforcement bodies from arresting him.
Omo-Agege had on Wednesday allegedly stormed the senate with suspected hoodlums who made away with the mace.
Few hours later, the suspended lawmaker, who was later arrested after the raid denied claims that he staged the incident.
However, Omo-Agege’s lawyers approached the court on Thursday to seek an interim injunction against arrest or detention of the senator.
The team of lawyers led by Aliyu Umar, a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN) asked the court to restrain the respondents, listed to include Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), commissioner of police FCT command and the Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS), from attempting to threaten or violate the fundamental human rights of the applicant.
Ishaq Bello, the presiding judge, consequently granted all the four prayers.
He reassigned the case to court 30 for hearing of motion on notice and adjourned till May 6.