Ondo House majority leader resigns

As the crisis in the Ondo State House of Assembly continues, the Majority Leader of the Assembly, Jamiu Maito, has resigned.

Maito’s letter of resignation was read by the Clerk of the House, Bode Adeyelu, during the plenary session on Wednesday.

He was said to have violated the standard rule of the house. A committee has been set up by the House to investigate the allegations levelled against him.

The matter caused arguments at the hallowed chamber and led to an abrupt end of the session.

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