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  • Nigeria's attack saraki, senate over osinbanjo
  • Hundreds of Nigerians today on Facebook pilloried
    Senate President Bukola Saraki and the entire red
    chamber for asking Acting President Yemi
    Osinbajo to respect rejections of nominees.
    The Senate had also on Tuesday suspended all
    issues relation to the confirmation of nominees
    and urged Osinbajo to respect the constitution
    and laws as they relate to nominees' confirmation
    The Presidency is yet to react to the development
    as Osinbajo's spokesman, Laolu Akande, neither
    answered phone calls nor replied a text message
    sent to him by our correspondent.
    The social media frenzy was sparked by Saraki's
    explanation in his Facebook post that the Senate's
    resolutions were meant to "ensure that the rule of
    law and the doctrine of separation
    of powers is upheld in Nigeria...It is important
    that we build a society wherein all laws, not just
    some laws are obeyed. We must build a nation of
    laws, not a nation of men. Hence, it is not for us
    to choose which laws to obey, and which laws not
    to obey."

    Commenting on Saraki's post, Eni Olorunfe said:
    "You guys are toying with fire in the National
    Assembly. You are suspending confirmation of
    nomination on what basis? You now see
    yourselves above national interest abi? You guys
    will soon have a lifetime unforgettable experience
    in the hands of angry Nigerians."

    Auwal Umar, in his post, said: "Only people of
    integrity can say this not the Senate under your
    fraud leadership. The biggest joke in this country
    is Saraki we are watching and very angry. This
    your prayer is as useless as the Senate you are
    leading."

    Anyaegbu Wisdom posted: "You and your group
    are on revenge mission on the presidency for
    appealing against you .That's where I miss OBJ. I
    blame the executive arm for treating you all with
    kid gloves .What is democracy with people who
    feel above the law? What type of democracy that
    the legislature wants to check other arms but do
    not want other arms to check balance them? The
    legislative arm will be stupid to cut short their
    tenure by provoking the Nigerian masses against
    themselves at this period of numerous agitations.
    For attempting to impeach the president and Vice,
    No security agency will protect you against
    violent attacks from the masses if it sets in."

    Michael Ogua commented thus: "If the senate can
    be this lawless, then where lies our hope? Cant
    you approach the Supreme Court for adjudication?
    Why are you all shameless and full of selfishness?
    Don't try our might if not revolution is in the
    offing and you and your cohorts will be the first
    victims."

    For Megbeach Ernest, "When Buhari was around,
    did you senators adopt those prayers?The games
    that senators are playing won't help our
    democracy grow oo."

    Chika Maduka said: "Every legislator ought to
    quietly bring his or her personal ego right under
    the public interest and make sure the Legislature
    does not tacitly become a clog on the wheel of
    the State. What ever personal interest of anyone
    irrespective of office, Public interest of the
    Nigerian citizenry should override such personal
    interest."

    Fadilat Amanesi posted: "Did you ever think of
    death at all?..God is watching you..."
    Adegbohungbe Adewale wrote: "Saraki Evans, the
    executive has veto power over all arms of
    government. It is like this assembly wants to
    hijack government. Wants to turn d executive to
    dummy. The decision of d presidency remains d
    supreme.... Magu as a case study, doesn't need
    confirmation, he's covered by d constitution, to
    renewing his term in acting capacity, that doesn't
    in anyway offend separation of power. Only shows
    supremacy of the executive."

    Abdulrahman Bello queried: "Do you obey all the
    laws laid to you by your creator? Had it been you
    did, you won't come up with these laws that will
    favor only you and your colleagues with
    quationable characters... You guys are laughing
    stocks... Keep introducing these laws and GOD
    will introduce you into the hell fire if you continue
    like this.... GOD is watching. There is a day of
    reckoning!"

    Hassan Cissey said: "It baffles me most often
    seeing those who are law themselves trying to
    create ambiguity in law. The constitution of our
    nation is very clear without or with little
    ambiguities and I think on the issue of the little
    ambiguities, the national assembly can provide
    permanent solutions to them and with this, the
    laws of our land can be obeyed...."
    Certa Kara said: "But in the event the law is used
    to cover up for your atrocities, I think the law
    should be disregarded in such instance. You
    knew confirming Magu spells doom for you and
    your fellow thieving colleagues. The people of
    Nigeria that made u senator want Magu; is the law
    more powerful than the will of the people the law
    is meant to protect and guide? We are wiser, Mr
    Saraki... trumpeting the rule of law to cover for
    your insecerity and corruption is unacceptable. I
    support the executive on the issues of people
    nominated to serve in this government."

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