Adamawa - The move to impeach Adamawa State Governor, Murtala Nyako, has taken a twist as the governor declared Monday and Tuesday as work-free days in the state, Daily Post reports.
The declaration of the public holidays have been seen as an attempt to thwart the impeachment proceedings by the state House of Assembly against the governor and his deputy, Bala Ngillari.
The lawmakers reacting to the declaration said it will not stop the impeachment proceedings against the governor as the Acting Chief Judge of the state, Justice Ambrose Mammadi, will still go ahead with the inauguration of the the seven-member panel set up to investigate the governor.
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