The House of Representatives has asked the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, and the Director-General of the Department of State Services , Yusuf Bichi, to shut down the Edo State House of Assembly.
This followed the adoption of a report of the House ad-hoc committee set up to investigate the crisis rocking the state Assembly on Wednesday.
On July 9, members of the lower chamber of the National Assembly considered a motion seeking to take over the functions of the Edo Assembly, in line with the Constitution.
They had also constituted a committee led by Abdurazak Namdas to investigate the crisis and recommend actions to be taken by the House.
Shortly after considering the report of the panel on Wednesday, the lawmakers adopted it and asked the heads of the police and DSS to seal the Edo State House of Assembly.
In line with the recommendations of the report, they agreed that Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, Should issue a fresh proclamation within one week, stating the date, time and venue (of the inauguration), and publish in any national daily and television station.