End ‘political trials’ to fix strained relations with NASS, Sani tells Buhari
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End ‘political trials’ to fix strained relations with NASS, Sani tells Buhari

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End ‘political trials’ to fix strained relations with NASS, Sani tells Buhari

Shehu Sani, who represents Kaduna Central Senatorial District, has made a proposal on how the executive and the legislature can repair their current strained relations.

He made his proposal in a Facebook post on Sunday.

The post he titled, ‘Immediate recipe for peace between the Presidency and the Parliament’ identified at least seven quick tasks to be undertaken by the concerned arms of government.

Sani advised the presidency to end intimidation of lawmakers through the use of “state apparatus”. He added that the presidency should prevail on its appointees to respect summons by the National Assembly.

“The Presidency must end the systematic demonisation of the leadership and members of the parliament;

“End the use of state apparatus to hunt, frame, intimidate and persecute legislators;

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“End political trials, compel President’s appointees to honour and respect summons and accord the senate President and the Speaker House of Representatives their due respect,” he wrote.

On the part of the National Assembly, Sani wants the legislators to pace up passage of executive bills, confirm the president’s nominees and accord him more respect.

“The Parliament should confirm pending President’s nominees, liquidate the thought and proposals for impeachment, speed up the passage of executive bills and accord the President the respect he deserves as our Leader.”

He concluded by advising the presidency to halt sponsorship of protests against the National Assembly.

“Last note; The Presidency should end the sponsorship of synthetic protests and the Parliament should ceasefire on the launching of verbal cruise missiles to the villa.”

 

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