Tuesday, July 9
Ladies and gentlemen.... please you just have to watch this video. *smh*
The political mayhem in the entire River State, took another dimension today, Tuesday [July 9] as the speaker of the state House of Assembly was impeached in a blood-related saga.
This video clip narrates better how the whole ordeal went.
5 members of the House led by Hon Evans Bipi had moved to impeach the Speaker. So, commotion reportedly started when Mr Bipi walked up to the speaker and started ‘slapping’ him as members were still exchanging pleasantries.
While that was going on, they didn’t know that some hoodlums had accessed the assembly.
ChannelsNews reports that when Governor Rotimi Amaechi was informed, he left the government house to go and ensure that people were protected.
Only to get there and some people began to shout ‘shoot him’ ‘shoot him’.
After he refused to exercise his swap privilege as Head of House, thereby putting himself up for eviction come this Sunday, Melvin took time to explain to Big Brother why he had to make that choice.
And what he thinks will happen to him if he gets evicted.
Here's what he told Biggie:
I'm fine. I'm ok. I'm doing well.. It was a difficult decision to make yesterday. I would have wanted to save myself but I couldn't come up with a name last night.
This is the first time housemates are nominating me, I just had to do it, Biggie.
I have made the decision now, I just have to be optimistic that Africa will keep me in the
Word has it that they are dating but some sources are saying they are so not.
And here's they said in a statement they just released.
Our investigation has revealed that the story making the rounds on some blogs that respected man of God, Rev. Chris Okotie has found a new love is totally false.
According to our findings, the Reverend has no love relationship with Delphine the lady
Yesterday, Imam Muhammadu Marwana, an influential member of the Boko Haram sect, confirmed a ceasefire agreement with the Federal Government to end their deadly activities.
Vanguard reports that sounding apologetic during the Radio France Hausa Service news, Imam Marwana said:
WE are seeking forgiveness from the people over the number of people killed in the country.
I appeal to those who lost their loved ones to our activities to forgive us and on our side we have forgiven all those who committed atrocities against us.