Some men on Thursday vandalised the Edo State House of Assembly and removed its roof.
According to a video shared by Channels Television, the men were seen removing the iconic legislative mace on top of the building.
The video also showed trucks offloading gravels at the entrance of the Assembly Complex while the suspected vandals trooped into the building.
It was gathered that the Police action was in a bid to prevent an attack on the complex.
Apart from many security officials that blocked entrance into the complex, patrol vehicles were also stationed there.
But no security operative was seen in the video shared by Channels Television.
One of our Correspondents reported that Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, may have ordered the “immediate renovation” of the state House of Assembly.
There was tension in the Assembly on Thursday morning following the heavy presence of security agents.
Shortly after Obaseki and the Speaker, Frank Okiye, addressed PDP supporters at the complex, it was learnt that the governor ordered the heaping of sand at the front of the Edo State House of Assembly complex.
Several artisans were also seen removing the roof of the complex as of 3PM on Thursday.
Earlier, following Idiaye’s impeachment on Wednesday, Speaker of the House, Frank Okiye, said Idiaye was impeached because he allegedly planned with the leaders of the All Progressives Congress and the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, “to illegally and violently take over” the Assembly.