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Police declares Rivers state Assembly majority leader, Chidi Lloyd wanted

Some days after mayhem evolved in Rivers State House of Assembly, the Majority leader who led the disruption of activities in the house and subsequently brutalised a fellow member of the house with the mace as a weapon has therefore been declared wanted by the police.
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According to Punch reports..
Following the free-for-all that took place in the chambers of the Rivers State House of Assembly, the state Police Command has declared the Majority Leader, Mr. Chidi Lloyd, wanted.
Lloyd was on Wednesday declared wanted  for his involvement in a case of conspiracy, attempted murder, wounding and wilful damage on Monday last week.

The lawmaker, representing Emohua State Constituency, was caught in a video footage hitting a member of the House of Assembly, Mr. Michael Chinda, several times with a mace during the fracas in the Assembly.
Chinda, whose health condition became worse after the incident, had since been flown abroad for proper medical attention. He represents Obio/Akpor Constituency II in the State House of Assembly.
The injured legislator was one of the five lawmakers that attempted to impeach the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Mr. Otelemaba Amachree.

In a statement by the state Police Public Relations, Mrs. Angela Agabe, the command explained that Lloyd was declared wanted after he failed to honour the invitation of the police, which elapsed on July 16, 2013.
"The Rivers State Police Command has declared wanted one Honourable Chidi Lloyd (male); a native of Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State. He is the Majority Leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly.
"He (Lloyd) was involved in a case of conspiracy, attempted murder, wounding and wilful damage on the 9th of July, 2013," the command's statement read.
The crime, according to the statement, is being investigated by a special team from the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Abubakar, in collaboration with the State Criminal Investigative Department, Rivers State Command.

However, the Deputy Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Mr. Leyii Kwanee, expressed dissatisfaction with the decision of the police to declare Lloyd wanted stating that the fracas in the state House of Assembly was not the first.
The deputy speaker recalled that lawmakers had fought in the National Assembly in the past without the police declaring anybody wanted.

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