Anambra Lawmaker denied entry to state assembly after arriving in Keke Na Pep [video]

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An Anambra state Lawmaker representing Ayamelum Constituency Udemezue Bernard Abuchi, has denied entry into the state house Assembly after arriving in a keke na pep.

In a trending video seen online by Dockaysworld, the lawmaker could be seen exiting his vehicle to demand a reason for not being let into his office.

Hon. Abuchi could be heard saying that he would use what he had as the security personnel hadn’t given him any car to go to work.

The security officers however told him that he was an honorable and that his car would be given to him eventually.


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Abuchi insisted and was finally allowed in as the guards continued to tell him that he was meant to be more grand in his entrance as a lawmaker.

Watch video below


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