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The National Assembly parliamentary support group has dissociated itself from the resolutions of today’s joint session of the national assembly which threatened to impeach president Muhammadu Buhari if he failed to call his appointees to order. 

The group in a release signed by Hon. Abdulmumuni Jibrin said the resolutions from the session were mainly from the opposition People’s Democratic Party, adding that members of the ruling All Progressives Congress declined joining the session to avoid confrontations. 

“We commend the efforts of Mr President in the fight against corruption, tackling of the insecurity challenges and respect for rule of law and democratic institutions. Mr President is known for his non interference policy,” the statememt read in part. 

Read below details of the release:
PRESS STATEMENT
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY PARLIAMENTARY SUPPORT GROUP
NASS JOINT EXECUTIVE SESSION: OUR POSITION
The Parliamentary Support Group of the Senate and House of Representatives is aware of the joint Executive session of the National Assembly held today and wish to state as follows:
That almost all the members and senators that spoke at the Executive session are of the PDP while members of the APC declined joining the discussion to avoid a rowdy confrontation as the entire session could easily pass for a PDP Executive session
That it is commendable that the Speaker tactically refused to make any comment at the session even after the Senate President took time to explain the issues which are mostly personal
That it is disturbing and raised many questions of pre determined intentions that a known ally of the Senate President from Kwara State Hon Rasak Atunwa drafted what was adopted as the resolution and without voting against standard parliamentary practice
That most of the issues raised concerning the fight against corruption, insecurity and the rule of law has been severally discussed in the Senate and the House and various resolutions passed
That we commend the efforts of Mr President in the fight against corruption, tackling of the insecurity challenges and respect for rule of law and democratic institutions. Mr President is known for his non interference policy.
That every Senator or Member of House who has corruption or criminal allegation against him or her should clear his or her name without dragging the entire institution of the National Assembly into the matter
That the National Assembly should as well look in ward and address the issue of suffocating Senators and members with dissenting or contrary opinion through coercion or extra legal means

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That the PDP should recall how it members in the 7th Assembly sat comfortably in the chamber and watched a sitting Speaker, Aminu Tambuwal locked out of the National Assembly and all his security personnels withdrawn while APC members had to scale the fence to gain entrance into the National Assembly
That we must exercise caution at this delicate period not to over heat the polity with statements that are capable of dividing the country, embarrassing us before the watching world and creating friction between the legislature, Executive and specifically Mr President.
We wish to reaffirm our support to Mr President as he works assiduously towards dealing with the challenges of our country
Hon Abdulmumin Jibrin
For Parliamentary Support Group
Senate and House of Representatives

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