A member of the House of Representative, Muhammed Kazaure, has rejected the decision of the senators to impose a 10 conditions or face impeachment mandate on President Muhammadu Buhari by the National Assembly.
He made this disclosure on Tuesday after a close door meeting in the National Assembly, where he stated that President Buhari has the mandate of the people and can’t be impeached by any forces within the Chambers.
He further called on the National Assembly to remain united in promoting Mr President’s second term agenda rather than create any sort of commotion that could affect the relationship between the legislative and executive.
“President will remain the president,” he said.
“He will be re-elected when he finish eight years he’ll go, then anybody could come. But for now, nobody will…that treatment is the only thing that will offend me in the chamber. Because after all resolution, they say without adopting that resolution by the executive, we will take any legislative power that we have against them.
“Issue of the people are collecting signatories to serve the notice of impeachment to the president. We know, it’s in the house but nobody can come to show us that they will come and impeach the president in the chamber. Because there is no two side, I’m sure there is no two sides in the House of Representatives.”