“In Edo State, if we are not careful, there is going to be bloodshed. Like I said, in a competition, people use all the weapons. All is fair in war; use the weapons that you have to win.
“If you look at the war in the North-East, Boko Haram is using dangerous weapons against soldiers, something that shouldn’t be used against human beings. That goes to show you that all is fair in war.
“I am a member of the APC and I want my party to win but when it comes to conflict analysis, I say it as it is.
“When I said when two elephants fight the grass suffers, I do not foresee that even the two elephants will be crippled. Look at what happened in Edo State.”
Also speaking on the actions of the 17 elected lawmakers led by Victor Edoror, Momoh said any action taken by the lawmakers would not be binding on Governor Godwin Obaseki.
“From the legal point of view, people were elected and yet to be sworn in. They are supposed to attend parliamentary meetings; if they did not attend sitting at all, automatically their seat lapses.
“You will see that the people who are being sworn in have no business being sworn in legally because without any other analysis, having looked at the days they were out of parliament without being sworn in, their seat has lapsed. So, you cannot have people who are not sworn in impeaching anybody?
“Whatever decision they take, will it be binding on the governor? The governor will not obey any law that they claim they are making because it is not a legitimate body. That is what they will say.” he concluded.