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Tension In Imo Over Deputy Gov’s Impeachment

…Assembly adopts report on Madumere’s impeachment
…I haven’t been served impeachment notice—Madumere
By Chinonso Alozie
Owerri-Tension, yesterday, soared over the impeachment process against Imo State Deputy Governor, Eze Madumere, as a committee set up by the State House of Assembly to investigate the allegations leveled against him submitted its report and was adopted by the House.This was as protesters blocked the Imo House of Assembly complex, condemning the planned impeachment of the deputy governor.
In the same vein, police deployed to the assembly, also barred scores of journalists from covering the sitting.
Speaking to journalists, Marcel Ekwezuo, the Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly, Mr Acho Ihim confirmed this development. Ekwezuo said: “The committee set up to investigate the allegations against the Deputy Governor, Eze Madumere, has submitted its report and it was adopted by the House as a working document.”
Scores of protesters led by Mrs. Caroline Amadi from Madumere’s council area, Mbaitoli Local Government Area also blocked the gate to the assembly saying: “We are not happy about what is happening in Imo State.
‘The deputy governor’s impeachment is political.
‘They have decided to come up with phony allegations to give Madumere a bad name. Imo people are watching and we know the truth.Click to continue reading.

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