Plateau Impeachment: Abok Ayuba Colleagues Storm Assembly Complex

 Plateau Impeachment: Abok Ayuba Colleagues Storm Assembly Complex

Abok Ayuba colleagues to the impeached speaker on Monday morning gained access to the Assembly complex to protest against the impeachment of Speaker House of Assembly. Information Guide Nigeria

Also, youths were seen around the premises of the Assembly complex carrying placards with inscriptions in support of the allegedly impeached Speaker.

It is not yet clear what is going on inside the Assembly complex. jamb results

However, one of the members, anonymous had sent a message saying they were meeting within the complex.

According to DAILY POST last Thursday, 8 members of the 24 legislature allegedly impeached Rt. Hon. Ayuba, and replaced Hon. Yakubu Sanda (APC, Pengana Constituency).

Thirteen other members present at the sitting passed a vote of confidence in the Speaker.

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Also, during the sitting, 6 members who participated in what the lawmakers described as “illegal exercise” were suspended.

At the sitting, Deputy Majority Leader, Hon. Philip Dasun, (APC, Pankshin South) moved the motion for the suspension of six of the eight members that carried out what he described as an illegal impeachment.

Dasun said that the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Section 92, subsection 2C, stipulated a clear procedure on how to impeach a speaker or a deputy speaker.

According to the Deputy Majority Leader, who is also the House Committee Chairman on Information and Communication, “none of the procedures was followed by the members who allegedly impeached the speaker.

“Members did not form quorum to sit and they do not have a two-third majority required by law to impeach a speaker.”

“They went against Section 92(2c) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Order 7 rule 14 of Standing Orders of the Plateau State House of Assembly”, he explained.

“I, therefore, move that the six members that carried out the illegality be suspended till further notice.

“They include Hon. Baba Hassan (APC, Jos North-North), Hon. Saleh Yipmong (APC, Dengi), Hon. Daniel Naanlong (APC, Mikang), Hon. Eric Dakogol (APC, Quanpan North), Hon. Mohammed Ballo (APC, Quanpan South) and Yakubu Sanda (APC, Pengana),” he said.

Dasun’s motion was seconded by the Minority Leader, Hon. Peter Gyendeng, (PDP, Barkin Ladi).

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