The seven-man impeachment investigative panel against the deputy governor of Edo State, Philip Shaibu, over alleged misconduct at its inaugural sitting on Wednesday ruled that it would continue its investigative proceedings as there was no court order barring it from carrying out its assignment.

The panel headed by retired Justice S.A Omonua made the ruling following Mr Shaibu’s lead counsel, Oladoyin Awoyale’s objection to continuation of proceedings based on an order from the federal high court, Abuja which had adjourned the case filed before it by Shaibu till April 8.

The adjournment was for parties to come show cause why the court should grant or refuse the prayers for interlocutory injunction against the impeachment processes by the Edo State House of Assembly instituted against the deputy governor.

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