Cross River North: IPAC Vows To Shut Down National Assembly If Jarigbe Agom Is Not Sworn In As Senator
As tensions erupted today during an emergency meeting of the Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) in Calabar, the study outperformed previous reports.
The chaos began when some political party chairmen called on IPAC Chairman, Comrade Anthony Bissong Attah, to make a public statement on the lingering crises following the Cross River North Senatorial by-election, according to a Primetime correspondent who was present at the time. They insisted that, in light of new information about the Clerk and Deputy Clerk of the National Assembly’s “advice” at the time of the legal unit, IPAC must immediately request that the Senate President swear in Rt. Hon. Jarigbe Agom to save our democracy and the state’s reputation. They insisted on gathering a thousand Cross Riverians in Abuja to demonstrate in front of the National Assembly.
The conference ended in a shambles, with the opposing sides almost overwhelming the State Chairman.
At the time of filing this paper, we were unable to contact the State Chairman, Comrade Anthony Bissong Attah, because he had promised to contact us later. Dr. Sam Peters, the State Chairman of the Action People’s Party (APP), maintained that they would stop at nothing to shut down the National Assembly.
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