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Uproar as Anambra lawmaker attend sitting in Keke

There was uproar at the Anambra State House Complex at the weekend as a lawmaker came to office in tricycle, otherwise called Keke.
A lawmaker, Bernard Udemezue, who represents Anyamelum state Constituency, was denied entry to Assembly complex by security at the gate.
A source said: “You know they are still new, and security people have not mastered their faces. Moreover, the lawmaker always comes to sitting in a tinted glass car, so the security men don’t always get to see him.
“Arriving the House of assembly complex, the Police men and women refused to grant him entrance.
“Maybe he has been using tinted vehicles previously to come to sittings hence the inability of the the policemen to recognize him.”
The source said the lawmaker had to explain for a very long time who he was, before he was eventually allowed to enter the complex, but not after producing his identity card through.
It was however not immediately ascertained, why he came to work in a tricycle.
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