The Nasarawa State House of Assembly may serve the state Governor, Alhaji Tanko Al-Makura, a notice on impeachment through the media.
The Clerk of the Assembly, Maikeffi Abashe, said this in an interview with journalists in Lafia on Tuesday.
Abashe said all efforts to serve the governor the impeachment notice had proved abortive.
Moves to impeach the governor began on Monday during plenary through a motion moved under urgent matters of public importance in a motion moved by Mohammed Ibaku (PDP) representing
Udege/Loko and seconded by Mohammed Okpede (PDP) representing Doma North constituency.
Briefing journalists in his office in Lafia, the state capital, on Tuesday, the clerk of the House said he had made attempts to serve the governor the notice of impeachment at the Government House, alleging that he was stopped by the security personnel stationed at the gate.
Abashe, however, revealed that the House would be left with no alternative than to serve the governor the notice of impeachment through the media if he could not be reached personally.