Nasarawa - The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has sent a six-man legal team to represent it before the panel of inquiry investigating allegations against the state governor, Premium Times reports.
This is coming 24 hours after the House vowed not to send any representative to the panel set up by the state chief judge Justice Umaru Dikko, faulting its composition.
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The legal team comprising Ocha Ulegede, John Mathew, P. A. Daffi, Steven Idikwu, Ache Obande and Abraham Aruta was said to have arrived at the venue of the sitting around 8.45 a.m on Tuesday a day after the state governor, Umaru Al-Makura appeared before the panel.
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