Leadership Crisis in Nasarawa State Assembly Leads to Emergence of Two Speaker
The Nasarawa State House of Assembly in Lafia is currently engulfed in a leadership crisis, resulting in the emergence of two speakers, according to a recent report by The Leadership newspaper. On Tuesday, June 6, Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi, the immediate past speaker, and Hon. Daniel Ogah Ogazi both claimed to be speakers from separate gatherings.
The report states that Abdullahi was elected speaker during a session held at the Ministry for Local Government, while Ogazi, who represents the Kokona East constituency, emerged as speaker during proceedings at the State Assembly complex. The conflicting elections have led to tension within the state as the situation remains unresolved.
Please note that the information provided is based on the report from The Leadership newspaper and may be subject to further developments or clarifications.