Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District and Chairman Ad-hoc Committee on Humanitarian emergencies in the Northeast, Shehu Sani, has communicated disillusionment at the administration’s reaction to the advisory group’s report.
Responding to President Buhari’s position, absolving the SGF, Babachir Lawal of any wrongdoing in the honor of agreement in IDPs to his organization, Rholavision Engineering Services Limited, Sani clarified that something has turned out badly.
Sani said it amounts to using ‘insecticide’ when it comes to fighting corruption in the National Assembly and Judiciary, while using a ‘deodorant’, when it comes to fighting corruption at the Executive arm
“Mr. President, Distinguished Colleagues, I ascend through Order 43 of Senate Rules and I need to present that President Buhari’s response on SGF demonstrates the utilization of bug sprays when battling defilement at the authoritative arm, while he utilizes antiperspirant at the Executive arm,” he said.
Exposing claims that SGF was not given reasonable hearing before requiring his abdication in report, Sani clarified that an open hearing was held, however the SGF did not respect the welcome which was given to him.
He additionally asserted that duplicates of the report was marked by every one of the individuals from the Committee, while communicating stun at the rendition without his name which Mr. President depended on.
“Recognized Colleagues, you understand that the duplicate which was perused to us didn’t convey my name even as the Committee Chairman and I ponder where it radiated from,” he inquired.
He demanded that the Committee did an exhaustive audit of exercises of government authorities including coordination of IDPs, including that SGF remained arraigned.