PDP Lobbying Federal Lawmakers To Impeach Buhari – House Of Reps Caucus Leader

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A lawmaker representing Obio-/Akpor Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives has disclosed that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has started lobbying Federal Lawmakers to impeach Buhari, Chinda who said this on a programme on Nigeria Info 92.3FM in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Wednesday disclosed that he would not apologise for earlier calling for the President’s impeachment, adding that based on the worsening security situation in the country, Buhari should be impeached.

 

Therefore, according to him, the call by the House Majority Leader, Alhassan Ado Doguwa, that he should be punished for calling for the commencement of an impeachment process against the President is an insult to the House of Representatives.

He said, “We are talking with our colleagues. We are also
talking to Nigerians and we are asking Nigerians to talk to their representatives. It is not what you want. If the people that the House leader represents in Kano come together and tell him (Doguwa) – ‘we want you to sign this impeachment notice, we are in support’, he has no right to do otherwise.

“Even where as an individual he is against it, (he has no choice) other than to obey the wishes of those who have elected him, and that is what we are doing. We are talking to Nigerians; we are talking to our colleagues. Once we are done with that, of course we will present the impeachment notice. If it flies, fine. If it doesn’t there is no problem, it’s a democracy.”

“I don’t know who he (Doguwa) is in touch with. The PDP has also come out to say that is the position of the party, and the spokesperson for the PDP in the House is to toe the position of the PDP in the House. Why would the majority leader who is very experienced in parliamentary issues be dancing naked in the public?”

Chinda noted that Buhari deserves to be impeached because of the way he has handled security issues in the country, “That the President has failed to comply with the provisions of section 11 (4) of the Constitution. Section 14 (2b) particularly.

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