BREAKING: Professional-Fubara, Wike Lawmakers Maintain Parallel Sittings In Rivers


Professional-Fubar and Wike Lawmakers will maintain parallel sittings in Rivers State In the present day.


PoliticalNews Nigeria reviews that there’s palpable pressure in Rivers as the 2 factions of the State Home of Meeting may have parallel sittings this morning.


On Sunday evening the Victor Oko-Jumbo-led Home loyal to the State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara had in a letter by the Clerk, Dr G. M Gillis-West, invited a brand new commissioner-nominee, Emmanuel Frank-Fubara, to look earlier than it on Monday for screening and affirmation as a member field the State Government Council.


In the meantime, the Martin Amaewhule-led Home loyal to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, may even maintain plenary immediately, our correspondent reliably gathered.



Whereas the pro-Fubara lawmakers holds it string in an improvised Hallowed Chamber within the Authorities Home, Port Harcourt, the pro-Wike legislators sit on the State Meeting official quarters alongside Aba Street, additionally within the metropolis.

Each factions will sit by 10 am immediately (Monday).


Although it isn’t clear what the Amaewhule-led lawmakers will deliberate on, will probably be their first sitting for the reason that Courtroom of Enchantment judgement recognised the pro-Wike lawmakers as members of the Home.


The lawmakers could amongst others, talk about the difficulty of the 23 native authorities councils within the state, which has been barricaded by the police for over two weeks within the wake of the disaster that greeted the tenure of the then Native Authorities Chairmen.

Recall that the State Home of Meeting Advanced positioned alongside Moscow Street, Port Harcourt was bombed in October 2023, following an try by 27 lawmakers loyal to the FCT Minister to question Fubara.


The professional-Wike lawmakers later throughout plenary introduced their defection from the Peoples Democratic Get together to the All Progressives Congress because the political disaster within the state deepened following the feud between Fubara and Wike.


The standing of the 27 lawmakers is now a topic of litigation because the Courtroom is predicted to find out their religion.

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