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DRAMA CONTINUES IN TARABA AS ASSEMBLY MEMBERS ORDER GOV. SUNTAI BACK TO THE U.S UNTIL HE IS FIT

The drama in Taraba state continues as the State House of Assembly, TSHA, has asked the Gov. Danbaba Suntai to return to the United State for treatment as he is unfit to govern.

The Speaker of the State Assembly, Hon. Haruna Tsokwa has announced that the lawmakers have decided to ask Suntai to continue his treatment and only come back to run his office when he is fully fit.

Tsokwa, who addressed a press conference in Jalingo on Thursday morning, said the decision of members followed their visit to the governor on Wednesday night.

He said the lawmakers were convinced that Gov. Suntai is not fit to return to office.

The Post had exclusively reported that the Assembly had on Wednesday night rejected the cabinet dissolution by the ailing governor as well as the sack of the Secretary to the State Government and Chief of Staff.

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