Leadership Shake-up in Plateau Assembly as Speaker, Deputy Resign
In a surprising turn of events, the Speaker of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Hon Moses Thomas Sule, and his deputy, Hon. Gwottaon Fom, have tendered their resignations from their respective positions.
The circumstances surrounding their decisions remain unclear, with details still sketchy as of press time.
Following the unexpected resignations, the mantle of leadership was passed to the member representing Pankshin North, Gabriel Dawang, who was subsequently elected as the new Speaker of the Assembly.
Hon Timothy Dantong, representing Riyom constituency, has stepped into the role of Deputy Speaker, marking a significant transition in the Assembly’s leadership structure.
While the precise reasons for the resignations remain undisclosed, speculation suggests a potential link to the prevailing political instability in the state.
The developments within the Plateau State House of Assembly underscore the fluid nature of political dynamics and the impact they can have on key leadership positions.
As the details continue to unfold, the Assembly and the state at large are left to navigate the implications of this unexpected shift in leadership.