Just in: Nasarawa Assembly Crisis: 13 Members In Chamber Promise to occupy Assembly until innauguration

By Dauda I Omaku


As crisis rocking assembly innauration following the postponement of the innauguration of the 7th Assembly by the governor of the state, 13 out of the 24 members elect have made their way into the state assembly complex.


The members at about 2pm planned to occupy the assembly waiting for the innauguration.


It would be recalled that the innauguration of the 7th assembly was earlier fixed for Tuesday this week


They 13 majority members of the house who jumped the fence have promised to remain in the complex until the proclamation by governor Abdullahi Sule


According to the spokes man of the group, Daniel Oga Ogazi who is also a contestant for the speakership of the house claimed that the proclamation can only be done once as such the innauguration must take place in fulfilment of the proclamation


Daniel Oga Ogazi alleged that the acting clerk of the house has been taken to the government house


When contacted to confirm the allegation, acting press secretary to the governor, Ibrahim Adra said he is not aware of the development.

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