The Commissioner said that there were visible cracks on the walls afterwards, and the entire structure looked frail and unsafe for legislative business.
The Commissioner said that the government had tried all cost-saving measures towards the repair of the complex until it bowed to the superior view of rebuilding the complex into a more befitting edifice.
Johnson said that after the assessment of the integrity of the complex, experts warned that the continued use of the building in its present state would be disastrous.
The Commissioner said that the state government, in the interim, has provided an alternative venue for the House of Assembly to conduct its affairs pending the rebuilding of the complex.
Johnson urged journalists in the state to remain unbiased on the issues in the face of the crisis rocking the state.