Rivers Deputy Governor Alleges Attack on His Convoy By Anti-Amaechi Thugs
Deputy Governor of Rivers State, Tele Ikuru has alleged that thugs brought into the State House of Assembly Complex by the five anti-Amaechi lawmakers attacked his convoy and stopped him from presenting the 2013 appropriation amendment Bill on behalf of the Governor.
The speaker of the assembly, whom the anti-Amaechi governors claimed to have impeached, convened a sitting of the House to enable the Bill, but the fracas that ensued delayed the presentation until the 27 Pro-Amaechi lawmakwers reconvened after the incidence has subsided.
A statement by the acting press secretary to the deputy governor, Godswill Jumbo said that as the deputy governor was on his way out of the assembly, thugs loyal to the anti Amaechi lawmakers who flooded the assembly complex, chanting songs in support of Hon. Evans Bipi, descended upon dep. Governor Ikuru’s convoy damaging parts of the car.
Other cars in the convoy according to the statement were also badly damaged. According to the statement, some members of Ikuru’s entourage had to escape by foot in an attempt to avoid the mob.
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