Buhari's impeachment: Doguwa reveals the whole truth

The impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari is said to be conceived by some National Assembly members 

A good number of the legislators have come forward to wash off their hands of such a move

A few days ago, the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress said a move to impeach Buhari was a joke taking too far 

Alhaji Alhassan Dogara has revealed the whole truth about the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The lawmaker said there was no single proof or impeachable offence against the president that will make the move possible.

Alhassan who also doubles as the chief whip at the House of Representatives has come forward to state that their is no single evidence of impeachable offence against President Buhari. Dailypost reports.
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On Sunday, July 17, the member of the green chambers while speaking to journalists said the lower chambers does not have a single evidence of impeachable offence against the nation’s number one citizen.

Doguwa who represents Doguwa/Tudun Wada federal constituency of Kano said such an issue was never perceived in the House of Representatives.

He spoke further: “As far as I am concerned, I am a member of House of Representatives and a principal officer of the House; the National Assembly is a twin institution; we have the House and we have the Senate.


“If there is any insinuation or speculation about the impeachment of Mr President in any chamber rather than the House of Representatives, that, I don’t know.

“But I want to be very straight forward to you that we don’t have such a consideration before us; that matter is not even being contemplated; it was not even at any point in time thought of,” he said..

“After all, we do not have any evidence of impeachable offence with which to use against Mr President.” According to NAN, the Kano state House of Rep member described the move against the president as untrue.

He said it was mere rumours on alleged impeachment plans, adding that “it is mere speculation on the street and should be left at that level.”

About two days ago, information has it that some senators loyal to Senate president Bukola Saraki made a move to discuss impeaching President Buhari at the executive session.

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