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Police seal Plateau House Of Assembly

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The Plateau State Police Command has sealed the House of Assembly Complex, following the ongoing speakership crisis in the state.

A team of anti-riot police officers arrived at the assembly complex at 5 am and barricaded the main entrance.

While the police command is yet to issue an official statement on the action, sources suggest that the move is related to the brewing crisis among members of the house of assembly.

The house is currently divided into two factions, with one loyal to the current speaker, Rt. Hon Yakubu Sanda, and the other loyal to the reinstated speaker, Rt. Hon Ayuba Abok, who was impeached in October 2021.

On Monday, a court reinstated Abok, and the next day, he stormed the assembly to take charge.

However, the pro-Sanda faction had already held a plenary session and elected a new deputy speaker, a move that further escalated the crisis in the house.

In response to the crisis, the Plateau State Police Command has taken steps to maintain law and order in the state.

The sealing of the assembly complex is aimed at preventing any further breakdown of law and order in the state.

It is unclear how long the sealing will last, but the police command has assured the public that it is working to resolve the crisis and restore normalcy in the state.

The speakership crisis in Plateau State has been ongoing for months, with both factions refusing to back down.

The crisis has led to several violent clashes between supporters of the two factions, resulting in injuries and damage to property.

The police command has called on all parties to the crisis to exercise restraint and allow the rule of law to prevail.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago


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