March 20, 2023



Enugu council suspends chief, 4 others for gross misconduct

About 70 per cent of the members of the Ezeagu Legislative Meeting of Enugu state, on Tuesday suspended their chief, Hon Sunday Agu, together with 4 different members.

It was gathered that 15 out of the 20 members of the council sat and suspended their chief and the 4 others.

Addressing the press after their sitting on Tuesday, the deputy chief, Hon. Okafor Obidimma Stephen, stated their chief was suspended for gross misconduct and negligence.

In response to him, the sitting allowances of the suspended lawmakers for one month is not going to be paid.

Okafor additionally stated that the Meeting could be occurring recess and can start additional sitting on the fifteenth of December, 2022.

He warned that anybody that makes an attempt to open the legislative chamber could be thought to be a legal and shall be handled as such.

Nonetheless, one of many lawmakers who didn’t need his title in print advised our correspondent that their suspended chief walked out on them with none purpose and that knowledgeable the explanation for the motion of nearly all of the members.

“Within the data of our final sitting, we adjourned to take a seat at this time. After we all got here for the sitting, with none purpose, Hon. Agu and his 4 different lackeys walked out on us.

“His motion qualifies for a gross misconduct and that’s why we took the motion.”

Nonetheless, on the time of submitting the report, efforts to get the suspected lawmakers couldn’t yield any dividend.

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