By Dayo JohnsonAKURE– SIGNS emerged that the 18 aggrieved members of the Ondo State Home of Assembly, moved versus the Speaker, Mr. Baddeley Oloyelogun and his Deputy Ogundeji Iroju due to the rejection of the management of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state to provide return tickets.
Both Oloyelogun and Iroju were sacked and changed with Olamide George and Bimbo Faloju.
The 18 legislators have actually considering that moved to Ibadan, in Oyo State over supposed danger to their lives after 7 of them were hurt when members of the state NURTW members attacked the Chambers after the impeachment.
Lead was notified dependably that the celebration management acting upon the directions of Guv Rotimi Akeredolu did guarantee to offer automated tickets to the aggrieved members as condition for their defection from the Peoples Democratic Celebration, PDP.
Dependable sources informed Lead that pressure was installed on the APC management that those, who signed up with the celebration, ought to not be permitted to pirate the celebration.
They supposedly kicked versus the automated ticket assured the defectors.
Lead collected that the guv and the celebration management collapsed due to consistent pressure from throughout the state.
The celebration afterwards tossed the field open asking all the defectors to go to the field and show their appeal.
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Lead discovered that the impacted members of the assembly having less than 7 months chose to shake the table by impeaching the 2 primary officers in the assembly.
The 7 legislators, who protest the impeachment, consisting of the impeached Speaker and his Deputy, currently have return tickets to the assembly.
They were not assured return tickets– Ondo APC.
Gotten in touch with the state promotion secretary of the celebration, Alex Kalejaye rejected that a return ticket was assured the legislators.
Kalejaye stated: “That is not fix. What we did guarantee is to guarantee a transparent main for all the candidates. We did not deviate.”.
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