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LP seeks peaceful resolution of Nasarawa Assembly crisis

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By  Collins Sunday

The Nasarawa State chapter of the Labour Party has called for a peaceful resolution of the ongoing crisis in the state House of Assembly.

Crisis broke out on June 6, 2023, after two speakers, Hon. Ibrahim Abdullahi and Hon. Daniel Ogazi, emerged during the election of a speaker for the seventh assembly, members-elect of the assembly had been divided into two different groups dividing members of the assembly.

He said, “The ongoing leadership crisis at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly is very unfortunate. The 24 members-elect had the opportunity to address issues before the day of the speakership election, but they did not do the needful.

“My appeal on the matter is that they should remember that we do not have any other state apart from Nasarawa State, so they should put aside their differences and settle the matter amicably so that residents of the state can continue to live in peace and unity.”

He added, “I urge the security agencies to also be alert at a time like this. They should deploy adequate operatives across the state to tackle any form of political violence that may arise as a result of the disagreements.”

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