By Citizens platform
The Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, has debunks speculations that stated that there were plans by the state House of Assembly to impeach his deputy, Alhaji Ali Olanusi.
The Governor made the clarification while speaking with journalists in his office Monday, stating that there was no iota of truth in the report published in some section of the media that the deputy governor would be impeached on the account of ill-health.
The governor said he was disturbed when some of his friends outside Nigeria called him that they heard it on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that his deputy was about to be impeached.
The Deputy Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Hon. Dare Emiola, and the Chairman of the Assembly’s Committee on Information, Hon. Oyebo Aladetan also released statements denying the reports.
Hon. Aladetan said the report must have been out of the imagination of the writer because there was no time such was tabled for discussion on the floor of the Assembly.
Emiola, who is from the same Akoko South-west Local Government Area with the deputy governor, said the Assembly had been on recess for over two weeks and such was not discussed before the assembly went on recess.
Source: Citizens Platform
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