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19 Dec
There is a festering sore in Rivers State that is threatening to become an epidemic. It started effectively on October 29 when a part of the State House of Assembly was bombed and it caught fire. This followed the move made by 24 members of the State House of Assembly to impeach the State Governor,…
14 Dec
The US House of Representatives voted Wednesday to formalise an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, escalating Republicans' battle with Democrats ahead of the 2024 election in a move Biden himself slammed as a "baseless" stunt. Republicans, seizing on Biden's son Hunter's controversial international dealings, have yet to provide evidence of corruption by the president,…
30 Oct
  Rivers State governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has asked citizens of the state to interrogate the reasons behind the impeachment process allegedly carried out by some lawmakers on Monday morning. The governor, who urged the people to inquire into the motives of such a move, claimed that while he visited the burnt site of the Assembly…
18 Oct
Reprieve yesterday came the way of the embattled deputy governor of Ondo State, Mr Lucky Ayiedatiwa following the resolve by the state House of Assembly to suspend the ongoing impeachment process against him. The decision followed a closed door meeting between members of the state House of Assembly led by Mr Oladeji Olamide and the…
6 Mar 2023
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, yesterday, alleged there were plans to impeach him, if the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) loses in the Edo State House of Assembly polls to the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state.

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