Just In: Senate Gives Edo State Governor One Week To Order Fresh Proclamation In Edo Assembly Crisis

The National Assembly has given the Edo state Governor, one week to order  a fresh proclamation as the crisis in Edo state House of Assembly yesterday took a fresh dimension.
The Senate, in its recommendations warned that if in one week the governor failed to make the proclamation, it would invoke Section 11(4) of the Constitution to take over the State House of Assembly.
The earlier recommendation was three weeks, but the Senate Leader, Abdullahi Yahaya amended the recommendation to one week.
While Adamu Aliero and Sam Egwu backed the recommendations of the Ad-hoc Committee headed by Abdullahi Sabi investigation the Edo state House of Assembly crisis, the former governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha warned the Senate against interfering in the state Assembly, adding that the issue is a family matter that should be settled amicably.
He observed that the Senate is eager to take over the state Assembly, pointing out that the Senate is overstepping its bound.