The lawmakers within the Home of Representatives of the Peoples Democratic Get together (PDP) have given President Muhammadu Buhari an ultimatum of six weeks to enhance the nation’s safety or danger impeachment.
After a closed-door assembly with the members of PDP within the Nationwide Meeting on Thursday in Abuja, the minority chief of the Home of Representatives, Ndudi Elumelu disclosed this to journalists.
The assembly was chaired by Philip Aduda, the senate minority chief.
The event comes about 24 hours after the PDP legislators within the senate handed Buhari a six-week ultimatum to enhance safety within the nation.
In line with Elumelu, Nigeria is at a “standstill” and lawmakers can’t “stand and see the nation collapse”.
“Each chambers have tried a number of instances both by decision or by safety submit to attract the eye of Mr. President as to why there’s a want for us to deal with the insecurity of this nation, however that has not been taken severely,” he stated.
“In fact, so many outcries by our individuals. Our farmers can not go to their varied farms and I imagine that we’re the worst hit by way of meals manufacturing.
“Trying on the purpose our colleagues walked out within the senate, we’re of the opinion that we are going to additionally be part of them in the identical means.
“They’ve given six to eight weeks for Mr. President to deal with the insecurity that affects this nation and I wish to additionally be part of, on behalf of my colleagues to say that upon the expiration, we are going to proffer methods of guaranteeing that we collect all of the signatures.”
Elumelu additionally acknowledged that the impeachment proceedings might be supported by different lawmakers who are usually not within the opposition as a result of “all are affected”.
“They is probably not talking however we could also be talking for them,” he added.