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Move to impeach Buhari stirs attention
Kingsley Chinda, the Caucus leader of the Peoples Democratic Party in the House of Representatives, has maintained his stance on demanding for the impeachment of President Mohammadu Buhari said he owes nobody apology.
He revealed that members of the opposition party, PDP are encouraging the move for the president’s removal.
The lawmaker, who represents Obio-Akpor Federal Constituency in the green chamber of the National Assembly, disclosed on Wednesday while speaking on Nigeria Info, 92.3FM in Port Harcourt.
Chinda reacted to the statement credited to Hon. Alhassan Ado Doguwa, the leader of the House, suggesting to discipline him for requesting for an impeachment process against President Buhari said it ridicules the House of Representatives.
In his words, “We are talking with our colleagues. We are also talking to Nigerians and we are asking Nigerians to talk to their representatives. It is not what you want. If the people that the House leader represents in Kano come together and tell him (Doguwa) we want you to sign this impeachment notice, we are in support, he has no right to do otherwise.
He continued, “I owe nobody any apology for calling for the impeachment of Mr. President. The leader of the House said that I am speaking for myself and not for the PDP caucus.
“I don’t know who he (Doguwa) is in touch with. The PDP has also come out to say that is the position of the party, and as spokesperson of PDP in the House, I said the position of PDP in the House. Why would the majority leader who is very experienced in parliamentary issues be dancing naked in the public?” Chinda added