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Donatus Mercy
, Nigeria.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bauchi State has expressed displeasure on the adjournment of the inauguration of the 9th State House of Assembly by the governor, Bala Mohammed which was earlier slated for Monday, 17th June.

A statement issued on Monday by the State Secretary of the party, Alhaji Bako Hussaini observed that Nigeria’s Constitution did not empower a state Governor to suspend the inauguration after a proclamation.

The statement alleged that in order to perfect the governor’s plan, the Clerk of the Assembly was removed few days to the inauguration.

The statement reminded Governor Bala Mohammad that the action was undemocratic, null and void.

He added that APC has a clear majority in the 9th Assembly in the state with 22 members as against the ruling PDP with 8 members.

The statement further alleged that with the knowledge that APC is in control of the House, Bauchi state government was employing tactics to create a situation similar to what played out in 2015 at the National Assembly to install minority over the majority.

The statement said the APC leadership in the state will not fold its arms to allow the ruling party do anything contrary to the Constitution of Nigeria.

The statement, therefore, called on security agencies to advise Governor Bala to restore the removed Clerk immediately.

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