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Call to Divide Nigeria Causes Exchange of Punches, Blows among Rep Members (Video)
House of representative members engaged in a heated confrontation moment motion raised suggesting dismemberment of Nigeria.
The disagreement began when the Deputy Speaker, Hon. Idris Wase who was presiding over the electoral act amendment had skipped a motion earlier presented by Hon. Ogundu Kingsley Chinda calling for division.
Wase, insisting such a suggestion was not made raised a serious argument trying to direct him.
The Deputy advised not to mislead as such a motion was not raised and not even when is one that would suggest dividing the country. He further pointed out at Rep Boma to be guided, adding he has no power to call for division.
Wase’s statement, which appeared offensive ignited a rowdy session. Aggrieved members of party divide attempted to throw blows.
Major activities on the green chamber have caused disagreement mainly on e-result deliberation which saw some aggrieved party members staged a walkout.
However, the said motion suffered a setback as no further attention was given to it after contending members settled for the furtherance of other business. Video