Kogi Meeting Clears 9 Members Of Terrorism Allegation
9 members of the Kogi State Home of Meeting who have been accused of terrorism have been cleared of all fees.
Recall that on March 24 2023, the State Meeting introduced the suspension of Olusola Kilani (Ijumu), Bello Hassan (Ajaokuta), Muhammed Lawi Ahmed (Okene I), Moses Akande (Ogori/Magongo), Aderonke Aro (Yagba West), Daniyan Ranyi (Bassa), Atule Igbunu (Ibaji), Atachaji Musa (Idah) and Muktar Bajeh (Okehi).
Their suspension adopted a letter learn in the home from the Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, alleging that the lawmakers engaged in terrorism based mostly on safety stories.
The lawmakers have been exonerated in an announcement made on the ground of the state Home of Meeting throughout Wednesday’s plenary session.
The members are anticipated to renew work with instant impact.
Talking on the event, Kilani, a member representing Ijumu State Constituency, expressed appreciation that he has been cleared, saying his integrity stays intact, and untainted and can proceed to work in the direction of the sustained improvement of the state.