Members of the Niger State House of Assembly, on Thursday, removed its Majority Leader, Honorable Abba Bala Mohammed and his deputy, Honorable Binta Mamman, over the allegation of negligence of duty on their part.
The lawmakers, however, reversed the removal of the deputy house leader, Mamman, since she is still in isolation having tested positive for COVID-19 recently.
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But the removal of the Majority Leader, who is representing Borgu Constituency in the House, stands as the Legislators did not back down.
The lawmakers lamented that the majority leader abandoned plenary during the presentation of the 2021 budget estimate.
The motion for the his removal was moved by the member representing Bida 1, Honorable Bako Kasim Alfa and seconded by the member representing Wushishi, Honorable Mohammed Lokogoma.
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