Maiduguri - The Borno State House of Assembly on Tuesday removed its majority leader, Idrissa Njidda for alleged anti-party posturing and gross misconduct.
The removal of came in the wake of his statement that he was planning to join former Borno State Governor Ali Modu Sheriff to defect to the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), reports Leadership.
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The ruling APC leadership in the state apparently displeased with the majority leader’s action approached its members in the Assembly to ensure the replacement of Jidda.
A new majority leader has since been elected. He is Zakariya Muhammed
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