By Francis Etuko
Abuja (Precise Post) – The opposition Peoples Democratic Party has said that the call by its caucus in the House of Representatives for President Muhammadu Buhari’s impeachment is a direct reflection of the mood and desires of the Nigerian people, given his manifest failure in all spheres of governance.
Precise Post recalls that members of the party in the green chamber has called for the impeachment of the president.
The Party made the call on Monday in a statement released via it’s official twitter handle signed by National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan.
The statement reads:
The PDP asserts that the call by its caucus in the House of Representatives asking Nigerians to direct their representatives, across party lines, to commence impeachment process against President Muhammadu Buhari is constitutional and democratic.
The party states that the call is a direct reflection of the mood and desires of the Nigerian people, given President Muhammadu Buhari, manifest failure in all spheres of governance and particularly in failing to provide an effective leadership that can guarantee the security of our nation and rescue our economy, which has collapsed in his hands.
As a party, the PDP had always called on our federal legislators in the House of Representatives and the Senate, irrespective of political affiliations, to stand on the side of the people by deploying the legislative instruments provided in the 1999 Constitution (as amended) to rescue the ship of state.
The Buhari administration had already accepted failure as reflected in the declaration by one of its officials, that the nation is now at the mercy of bandits and terrorists, a development that signals that is has outlived its usefulness.
President Buhari is elected by the people; his stay in office is also dependent on the people as vested on them by the Constitution, through their elected representatives in the National Assembly.
The PDP therefore urges Nigerians to eschew all primordial sentiments and stand for the nation at this critical time.