Scores of members of the Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) are currently protesting against the state governor, Olusegun Mimiko.
The protesters besieged the entrance of the styate House of Assembly early Wednesday.
The protesters said they would not allow Governor Mimiko to enter the Assembly complex to present the 2017 appropriation bill to the members, saying he is already on his way out of office.
The budget presentation is scheduled to hold at 12 noon Wednesday.
The Assembly is already sealed off by security operatives following the leadership crisis, is expected to be opened for the governor to present the bill.
The protesters maintained that they were also protesting against an alleged move by the governor to send 38 bills to the Assembly for passage into law.
The leader of protesters, Saka Yusuf-Ogunleye, who spoke with journalists at the Assembly entrance alleged that Governor Mimiko was lobbying the lawmakers to earn life pension from the resources of the state.
“We want to appeal to the Governor to leave the state peacefully and not create burden on the incoming administration with his 2017 budget.” Ogunleye stated.