Stop intimidating others: Senate tells Buhari

The relationship between the legislature and the Executive hit the
lowest point today with a stern warning by the National Assembly
to the Presidency to stop the harassment and intimidation of its
perceived opponents and persons with contrary opinions
particularly the legislators and judiciary by the security agencies.
Similarly, the lawmakers, who met in Abuja today in joint session,
gave the Executive a marching order to stop the killing of Nigerians
and protect their lives and properties across the country.
These were contained in the communiqué released at the end of a
joint session of the NASS in Abuja today. In addition, the
lawmakers renewed their vote of no confidence passed on the
Inspector General of Police, but passed a resounded confidence
vote on both Saraki and Dogara.


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