National Assembly Scandal ‘We Scaled Gate To Save Democracy’ – Minority Leader

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The Minority Leader of the House of Representatives,
Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila said that he and other
legislators were forced to scale the gate of the National
Assembly complex in a bid to save the nation’s
democracy.
The Minority Leader of the House of Representatives,
Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has spoken on the November
20 chaos which erupted in the National Assembly » .
Gbajabiamila said that he and other legislators were
forced to scale the gate of the National Assembly
complex » in a bid to save the nation’s democracy.
The minority leader also said that he had to find a way
into the building because his members were waiting for
him to provide guidance.
A statement released by his research and media
assistant, Wasiu Olanrewaju-Smart reads:
“What happened in the National Assembly yesterday will
forever live in infamy. I never thought I would see the
day when I would be forced to go over the assembly
gates where I work to gain access into the chambers.
But then our democracy has to be saved.”
“It was pretty clear the presidency in spite of a court
injunction wanted to do something sinister and illegal.”
“They perfected the plot to stop the Speaker and the
opposition leader from gaining entry. My members were
already in chambers waiting for me to come in so as to
provide leadership and direction. Most of them had
gone over the gate too. I had to do the needful to save
our democracy.”
We thank God we foiled their evil machinations. We will
continue to be vigilant,”
The incident led to the shutting down of the National
Assembly by Senate President » , David Mark , who was
also assaulted during the melee » .

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