Another round of drama is imminent in the House of Representatives as factional leader of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Caucus, Kingsley Chinda (Rivers) has occupied the seat meant for the Minority Leader. Recall that, the House Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila on Wednesday announced Ndudi Elumelu (PDP, Delta) as the House Minority Leader as against a list said to have been sent in by the opposition PDP. Chinda’s group had protested the announcement by the speaker, accusing him of plotting to undermine opposition parties by foisting leaders on them. But both Gbajabiamila and the Elumelu faction contended that the announcement was in line with Order 7 Rule 8, 12 and 14 which deal with matters of ranking and the rights of all minority parties to produce principal officers and not a particular party as the PDP had done. But Chinda’s group on Thursday has taken positions in the front row meant for principal officers from minority parties with the support of members such as Tajudeen Yusuf from Kogi and Sergius Ogun from Edo. Chinda is being joined by Muraina Ajibola (PDP, Oyo) who was purportedly picked by the party to be deputy minority Whip and two other unknown faces. It remains to be seen what will happen when the speaker comes into the chamber, accompanied by Elumelu and his fellow announced minority principal officers, as the probable thing would be to ask Chinda and his group to vacate the seats.