Impeachment: Probe Panel Submits Report Today as Nyako Insists Panel Is IllegalFeatured, Latest News, News From The State Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
The investigative panel probing alleged financial misappropriation against the Adamawa state Governor, Muritala Nyako and his Deputy, Bala Ngilari, is expected to submit its findings to the state House of Assembly today and determine the next step.
However, African Examiner source in Yola, the state capital indicated that the Governor and his deputy decision to shun the panel’s summon for appearance was sequel to their position that the panel was illegal, hence appearing before it would signify supporting and promoting illegality.
Our source argued that had the governor and his deputy appeared before the panel, this would have implied they concurred with the house impunity and display of overzealousness, insisting that the state Chief security officer has chosen to distance himself so as not to be part of unlawfulness.
African Examiner gathered that residents in the state capital looks forward to how events unfold today Tuesday and days to come in the state’s legislative house on the impeachment move against Nyako and his Deputy.
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