In a shocking turn of events on Sunday night, an explosion rocked the hallowed halls of the Rivers State House of Assembly.
Authorities have reported that suspected arsonists hurled an explosive device into the complex at approximately 9:25 pm, setting the stage for a dramatic escalation of political tensions.
The incident occurred in the midst of rampant rumors and whispers regarding the possible impeachment of Governor Siminalayi Fubara, adding a layer of intrigue and uncertainty to the situation.
As the political landscape continues to heat up, the security presence at the assembly complex was significantly beefed up. More than 17 security trucks and four Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) were strategically stationed, creating a formidable perimeter.
Furthermore, a formidable force of over 50 Federal Security personnel was swiftly mobilized to fortify the complex, underscoring the seriousness of the situation and the need for enhanced security measures.