Crises amongst lawmakers in Ondo state has taken a new turn. 

The leadership of the state house of assembly has resigned.

The Speaker of the House, Jumoke Akindele, and five other principal officers of the house on Monday walked away from the chambers.

This follows a  peace meeting coordinated by the  state governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, at the weekend between the two warring factions.

The letter of resignation was signed by the former Speaker Akindele and five others. They are: the Deputy Speaker, Hon Fatai Olotu; Majority leader, Hon Ifedayo Akinsoyinu; Deputy Majority leader, Vincent Obadiah, Kemisola Adesanya, the Whip and Towase Kuti, the Assistant Parliamentary Secretary.

The lawmakers said their resignation is expected to allow peace reign in the state.

The source of the problem among the lawmakers began when both Jumoke Akindele and Malachi Coker both laid claim to the office of Speaker.