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Drama in Plenary, as Lagos Mainland Lawmaker Walks Out On Obasa

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The Lawmaker representing Lagos Mainland II at the Lagos State House of Assembly, Honourable Moshood Oshun, was involved in a mild drama during the plenary session today, as he walked out on the speaker, Honourable Mudashiru Obasa.

All hell broke loose when Obasa directed Moshood Oshun to vacate the seat he was sitting on and move to his allocated seat in the chambers, and the mainland lawmaker refused. He stated that he had earlier laid complaints that the seat allocated to him was not convenient.

Thus, Obasa told Oshun that if every member of the house sat where they liked, arrangements in the chambers will be disorganised, as such resulting into chaos.

The speaker then made a pronouncement that if Oshun cannot go back to his allocated seat, he should vacate the plenary session.

Thus , Moshood Oshun walked out of the plenary session visibly angry.

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Speculations are rife that the cause of the bad blood between both lawmakers, was the suspension of some lawmakers including Moshood Oshun (Lagos Mainland Constituency II) and Kazeem Raheem Adewale (Ibeji Lekki Constituency II) by Obasa in March 2020, for alleged contravention of legislative laws in the chambers.

The suspension was however upturned due to the intervention of the leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state.



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