Department of State Service invading National Assembly is not constitutional

HUMAN RIGHTS
WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has described as
unconstitutional and treasonous, the invasion of the precinct of the
National Assembly by masked armed operatives of Department of
State Service (DSS) and the police.
The Rights group has for the umpteenth time warned the executive
branch of government which controls armed security forces to
stop forthwith the desecration of the legislative arm of government
with the subterranean motive to unseat the leadership of the
National Assembly.
HURIWA faulted the invasion of the National Assembly by the
armed security forces when their presence was not occasioned by
any official invitation by either the principal officers of the National
Assembly namely the Senate President, the Speaker of the Federal
House of Representatives, the Deputy Senate President; the Deputy
Speaker or the Clerk of the National Assembly.
HURIWA has warned the rebellious All progressives congress
Senators plotting to illegally unseat the constituted authority to
know that their illegality will not have the cobstitutional force of
legitimacy and therefore any outcomes of their deliberations for a
regime change amounts to an unmitigated illegality which remains
null, void of of no moment.
In a statement by the National Coordinator Comrade Emmanuel
Onwubiko and National Media Affairs Director Miss Zainab Yusuf,
HURIWA called on the United Kingdom, United States, Germany
and European Union to use their collective influences as world
leaders of democracy to call on President Muhammadu Buhari to
desist from using armed security forces to arm twist and
undermine the independence of the legislature.
“We strongly condemn this disgraceful conduct of these armed
security operatives of the Department of State Services under the
direct control of the presidency who invaded the National
Assembly and inflicted serious breaches of the fundamental rights
of freedom of movement and association of legitimately elected
law makers only because they are of the political persuasion
different from that of the President who is the head of another
branch of government.”
“The illegal moves by the presidency to use the force of arm and
crude tactics to force open the National Assembly is
unconstitutional, despicable and reprehensible.”
“We are by this media statement calling on all Nigerians to speak
out and take all legal and constructive measures to ensure that the
presidency is not permitted to scuttle legislative independence by
using fewer members of the upper legislative chamber to impeach
the senate leadership who are of the Peoples Democratic Party.”
“Apart from constituting a grave threat to constitutional
democracy, the invasion of the premises of the National Assembly
is nothing short of a military coup which is absolutely intolerable
and must be rejected by millions of Nigerians.

5 Comments

  1. Hmmm

  2. Ok

  3. Nice one

  4. Ok

  5. Nigeria as turn to another thing entirely

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