Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has asked those planning to impeach him to tell the people of that state what he did to warrant that fate.
The embattled governor, on Monday downplayed any impeachment move against him, insisting that he has committed no offence to warrant being impeached by the Rivers State House of Assembly.
Speaking while addressing his supporters at the Assembly Complex in Port Harcourt, the governor assured the people of the state of getting the dividends of democracy.
“Let them come out and tell Rivers people the offence I have committed to warrant any impeachment.
“Let me assure the people of Rivers that I will continue to ensure that you get the dividends of democracy. At the appropriate time I will address the press,” he said.
There are reports of an impending impeachment process against Fubara following the removal of Edison Ehie as the House leader.
The crisis that ensued in the House left members fleeing for safety as tear gas was fired outside the Complex.