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PDP Senators pass vote of no confidence on Buhari

PDP Senators pass votes of no confidence on Buhari

Unless the President Muhammadu Buhari desist from intimidating opposition in the country, the Senators of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday disclosed that the caucus would no longer cooperate with his administration.

The caucus was reacting against the backdrop of alleged forgery case against Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu.

Reading the resolution of the caucus, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha condemns in totality the orchestrated plot to remove the President of the Senate and his Deputy, through an illegal means. 

The caucus asked the anti-graft agency to investigate the campaign fund  of all political parties in the country.

The statement reads, “We the PDP Senators met in our Caucus meeting yesterday 21st June, 2016 and deliberated on the State of the Nation.

“And to examine our position on unwarranted threats to the legislative arm of government, particularly to the Senate leadership by the executive arm.

“As well as the on-going intimidation/persecution of the opposition party (PDP) by the ruling party (APC).

Arising from the forgoing, the caucus passed the following resolutions:

– “Condemn in totality the orchestrated plot to remove the President of the Senate and his Deputy, through an illegal means. 

– The deployment of State instruments of coercion to intimidate an independent arm of government like the legislature is now a major threat to the survival of our democracy

– “The glaring witch-hunt of perceived opposition elements in the polity is invitation to anarchy

– “The war against corruption should not be selective, must be fought with sincerity and not the politics that is being played now with ‘war against corruption’. 

We therefore condemn in strong terms the sentiments displayed in fighting corruption e.g. freezing of account of the Ekiti State Governor, is clearly a political witch hunt.

ii. Since the war against corruption has devolved into probing campaign funds, it should be extended to all parties, APC inclusive.

“The PDP Senate Caucus therefore wishes to warn the Executive arm of government to act with caution on matters that have the potency to subvert our democracy. 

“The Executive must therefore desist from these acts of lawlessness that are only typical in a military dictatorship.

“The caucus therefore wishes to advise the APC led government to concentrate on the existing economic and security challenges that are threatening our survival as a nation.

“Finally, the PDP Caucus wishes to reiterate that we will no longer support the APC government until they cease the belligerent attitude towards PDP members.”

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