BREAKING: Fubara storms Rivers Assembly amid impeachment threat [VIDEO]

Governor Siminalayi Fubara, on Thursday, stormed the Rivers State Assembly Quarters days after lawmakers threatened to impeach him.

In a viral video shared on (X) Twitter, Politics Nigeria observed that there was tight security around the area as the Rivers State governor visited the quarters.

Fubara said he was at the Assembly quarters as the governor of the state and took a three-minute walk around the premises before leaving in a convoy.

Watch video here: https://x.com/channelstv/status/1788550969304707425?s=46

According a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Nelson Chukwudi, Fubara stated that the assembly quarters is part of state government properties, adding that the facility needs to be taken good care of.

He noted that the state now has a new speaker for the State House of Assembly, noting that his visit was to see what were necessary to be done.

Fubara, who took a walk round the facility, said that he decided to visit the place to get better appreciation of what needs to be done to make the quarters conducive for lawmakers.

He said: “Is the Assembly quarters not part of my property? Is there anything wrong in going to check how things are going on there? You are aware of the developments. We have a new speaker, and I went there to see for my myself how things are. There might be a few things I might want to do there for the good of our people.”

The governor speaking on the road project, said he was assessing the extent of job that had been done to know what else was needed in preparing the road for commissioning during his one year anniversary.

He pointed out that the road project was inherited from the immediate past administration but a greater chunk of the cost was borne by his administration.

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