Plateau Assembly Deputy Majority Leader, Philip Dasun Resigns
The Deputy Majority Leader of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Philip Peter Dasun, has resigned, Ezenwoko’s Blog reports.
Dasun, member representing Pankshin North in the assembly and the spokesman of the House resigned during plenary on Tuesday.
In his resignation letter read on the floor of the House, Dasun said he resigned his position as the deputy majority leader due to personal reasons.
The lawmaker, however, said his resignation was unconnected with the alleged illegal impeachment of the Speaker, Abok Ayuba Nuhu.
Meanwhile, former Governor of Kano State, Senator Ibrahim Shekarau has opened up on what APC chieftain Bola Ahmed Tinubu told him during their meeting.
In a recent interview with BBC Hausa on Tuesday, December 6, the senator opened up on the purpose of the visit.
He stated that Tinubu had insisted on his visit while he was in Abuja but he was not available and could not honour the invitation because he was in Kano, so they rescheduled.
When questioned on the reason for the visit, Shekarau explained that the APC leader called him to confirm if he held any grudge towards Ganduje.
He was also asked if he would be supporting Tinubu for his presidential ticket in 2023, he replied that no such discussions ensued between both of them.