Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has condemned Thursday’s incident on the Home of Meeting.
He declared that the motion of the lawmakers was a coup and treasonable.
The governor famous that the inauguration of the lawmakers was an “unlawful assault on our democracy.”
Obaseki acknowledged that former nationwide chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, was bent on throwing the state into disaster.
Edo has been in turmoil forward of the September 19 governorship election.
In a broadcast on Friday, Obaseki mentioned the try and invade the meeting complicated “had all of the hallmarks of an tried coup d’état.”
He warned that individuals “who got down to check our will on this regard will meet with the total wrath of the regulation.”
Obaseki noticed that the individuals of Edo State rose as one to stop the desecration of democracy.
He expressed fear that some people had been prepared to plunge the society into avoidable anarchy and battle simply to fulfill their illegitimate goals.
“This unlucky scenario has festered as a result of a former governor of the state is bent on throwing the state into disaster forward of the forthcoming governorship elections.
”The federal government will take all steps essential to defend the rule of regulation and democratic beliefs,” Obaseki introduced.