Armed policemen, soldiers shut Kogi House of Assembly

Armed policemen, soldiers shut Kogi House of Assembly

Thursday, February 18, 2016 2:23 pm

Armed policemen and soldiers this morning shut down the Kogi State House of Assembly, as the leadership crisis in the House took a turn for the worse.

According to reports, the security personnel were implementing an ‘instruction from above’.

Kogi Police Commissioner, Besan Gwana said he directed his men to secure the assembly complex following intelligence reports that some hoodlums were planning to wreck havoc in the place.

 “We got information that some people are coming there to vandalise things at the assembly. That was why we sent our men there to secure the place. It is for security reason”, he said.

 Five members of the 20 man Assembly announced on Tuesday they had impeached the Speaker, Momoh Jimoh Lawal. Momoh disputed the legality of the action.

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