Yola - Attempts to impeach the Speaker of the Adamawa State House of Assembly, Kabiru Mijinyawa, hit the rocks on Monday as majority of the lawmakers in the House opted out of the plot, reports National Mirror.
22 out of the 25 members of the House at Monday’s sitting passed a confidence vote on the Speaker.
The sitting, which was presided over by Mijinyawa began with the Speaker, reading a letter signed by 22 out of the 25 members, passing a vote of confidence on him.
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He later called each member one by one to confirm their signatures.
The plot to remove Mijinyawa is seen to have the underhand backing of former Vice President Abubakar Atiku.
Read more at National Mirror.
- News 24