Adamawa State Assembly Crisis: Governor Ngilari Assures New Leadership Of The House Of His Total Support By Tom Garba
Governor Bala James Ngilari has promised to give all the necessary support and cooperation to the members of the state house of assembly.
The Governor gave the assurance, when the new leadership of the House led by its speaker, Jerry Kumdisi paid him a courtesy call at the government house Yola.
Governor Nggilari described the relationship between the executive and the legislature as cordial, stressing that the executive and the legislature will work together for the benefit and development of the people of Adamawa.
He then congratulated the new executives on their emergence.
Earlier the new speaker of the house, Jerry Kumdisi told the governor that they were at the government house to congratulate the governor as the governor of Adamawa state and to inform him of the recent change of leadership in the house.
He also assured Governor Bala Nggilari of total loyalty of all members of the house in order to move the state forward.
The speaker later introduced the new leadership of the house with Jerry Kumdisi as new speaker, Umar Abdulkari as Deputy Speaker, Salihu Kabilo as majority leader, Hamman Tukur Yettisuri as deputy majority leader, Wale Fwah is Chief Whip while Simon Isa is Deputy Chief Whip.
This is coming when the Fintiri’s led faction has suspended five of the disloyal members of been criminal minded, as the two speakers in power tussles had their separate sittings at the state house of assembly complex and the government house respectively.
The chairman of the investigative committee, Hon Wilbina Jackson presented report of her committee suggesting to the House to suspend the five detailing members for three months of been disloyal to Fintiri’s led faction.
Those suspended are Hon Jerry Kundisi, Hamman Tukur, Wale Fwa, Umar Abdulkadir and Simon Isah.
The calling on the all security agencies to stop them from coming around, having anything to deal or activities that has to do with the state Assembly