Suspected hoodlums invaded the Ondo state house of assembly shortly after the speaker’s and deputy speaker’s impeachment and attacked a journalist and members of the house believed to have plotted the impeachment.
The hoodlums were reportedly led by the state chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, Jacob Dabo popularly known as “Idajo”.
The hoodlums armed with dangerous weapons such as bottles, cutlasses, sticks among others were also accompanied to the house by the state chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, Ade Adetimehin as well as the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Security, Jimoh Dojumo.
During the fracas, the hoodlums had a field day as the security operatives left them unchallenged with the Commissioner of Police, Gbenga Adeyanju on ground.
Attacked by the hoodlums are the new speaker, Olamide George, his deputy, Abimbola Fajolu.
Others member of the house attacked included, Hon. Vincent Obadiah and Rt. Hon. Jumoke Akindele.
The hoodlums also attacked a journalist working with AIT, Abiodun Taiwo as well as his counterpart working with ITV, Ade Ilori.
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