The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State’s leadership has responded to the possibility of Governor Siminalayi Fubara’s impeachment.
Desmond Akawor, the state chairman, and Benebo George, the secretary, released a statement on Monday in which the party urged both the legislative and executive branches of government to use moderation in the ongoing standoff.
Although the PDP acknowledged that it was aware of the standoff between the two branches of government, it expressed confidence that things would be handled amicably.
The party claims that in an attempt to resolve the current crisis, it is conferring with a number of stakeholders as well as other well-known figures in the state.
The party expressed hope that the disagreement, which is a family matter, will ultimately be settled peacefully.
Bode George, a prominent member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has voiced concerns on the situation in the Rivers State House of Assembly.
Anaedoonline.ng remembers that on Monday, there was an attempt to remove Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara from office.
Along with the removal of the House leader, a factional speaker surfaced.
Speaking on the development, the venerable statesman called the state of affairs reprehensible.
Before matters in the oil-rich state ruled by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) get out of control, he urged the elders to call the actors to order.
George voiced his worries during a Monday interview on Politics Today, a current affairs programme on Channels Television.
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