On Thursday, December 24, Niger state House of Assembly impeached Binta Mamman.
The impeachment took place during a plenary session that was held on Thursday, The Nation reports.
Meanwhile, Honourable Francis Okiye, the speaker of the Edo state House of Assembly, had been impeached on Monday, October 12.
His impeachment came during a brief plenary session of the assembly. Okiye’s impeachment followed a motion by Henry Okhurobo the majority leader of the House and signed by nine of the members who were present at the brief sitting.
The state assembly had since elected Marcus Onobhu, an honourable member representing Esan West constituency as the new speaker.
He was impeached on Wednesday, August 5, during a plenary session of the assembly in Benin city, the state capital. In his place, Honourable Roland Asoro, a member representing Orhionmwon II Constituency in the House of Assembly was elected deputy speaker.