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BREAKING: 24 Oyo Lawmakers Move To Impeach Deputy Governor Over Alleged Abuse Of Office

BREAKING: 24 Oyo Lawmakers Move To Impeach Deputy Governor Over Alleged Abuse Of Office

Daily Post experiences that some members of the Oyo State House of Assembly have initiated an impeachment course of in opposition to the state Deputy Governor, Rauf Olaniyan.

The members made this recognized through a petition dropped at the Assembly plenary on Wednesday.

The Assembly was presided by the Speaker of the Assembly, Adebo Ogundoyin.

DAILY POST remembers that Olaniyan has moved from Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Some members of the Assembly have, nonetheless, petitioned the home over what they described as gross misconduct.

The petition was signed by twenty-four, 24 members out of the 32 members of the Assembly.

The 24 lawmakers within the petition stated the failure of the Deputy Governor to reply to the allegations will result in impeachment.

The petition titled “Petition and notice of an allegation of the Deputy Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Engineer Rauf Olaniyan”, was learn by the Clerk of the House, Yetunde Awe.

Sone of the allegations levied in opposition to the Deputy Governor consists of; gross misconduct, abuse of workplace, monetary recklessness, abandonment of workplace, official obligation and insubordination and different offences.

The lawmakers who signed the petition defined that their motion was in keeping with the supply of the structure.

They stated, “Consequent upon listed under, we the beneath listed elected Honourable members of the ninth meeting hereby allege the Deputy Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency Eng. Rauf Olaniyan with the next allegations:

“Gross misconduct, abuse of workplace, monetary recklessness, abandonment of workplace, official obligation ani Insubordination and different offences.

“This is in accordance to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended in 2011. Section 188”.

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