Kaduna Assembly Suspends 2 PDP Lawmakers Over Alleged Plot To Destabilise House
The Kaduna state house of assembly has suspended two members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) over alleged for allegedly anti-assembly activities.
The suspended members are – Danladi Angulu Kwasu, representing Zangon Kataf constituency and Bityong Yakubu Nkom, representing Kaura constituency.
Their suspension followed a motion moved by the member representing Gabasawa, Muktar Isa Hazo and seconded by the member representing Kawo constituency, Abdulrahman Aliyu Haruna.
Hazo, who moved the motion under a matter of urgent public importance, said the duo should be suspended for attempting to destabilise activities of the assembly since the Kaduna State Assembly was well known for integrity.
The speaker of the assembly, Aminu Abdullahi Shagali, who presided over the plenary, announced their suspension saying it was until further notice.
The suspended lawmakers, however refused to leave the assembly when the speaker asked them to, insisting on knowing their offence.
Following their refusal, the sergeants at arm were directed by the speaker to walk them out. But they still refused. The plenary was subsequently adjourned.