Adamawa Crisis: Military Denies Coercing Adamawa Chief Justice
The Seven man panel created by Adamawa state Chief Justice yesterday commenced hearing on the probe allegations of gross misconduct against Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa State and his Deputy, Bala Ngilari in Adamawa state capital Yola.
The meeting had started in privacy with journalists and politicians kept away by heavy armed security officials at a private hotel, J&J Holiday Villa.
Credible Sources had last night revealed that Nyako is set to resign and handover to his Deputy Bala Ngilari.
Meanwhile former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has flown in to Yola, to try and end the impeachment process from materialising.
However the Military High Command has denied participating in Nyako’s impeachment despite their men stationed at the house of the Adamawa State Acting Chief Judge, Justice Ambrose Mammadi.
Speaker of the House, Chief press secretary Mr Solomon Kumanga said that the decision of the panel to hold their meeting indoors was regrettable even though they had agreed to conduct their meeting in public.Read more
Sources: Naij.com news, Vanguard