Shehu Sani has said that assuming President Muhammadu Buhari and VP Yemi Osinbajo are indicted the administration will be driven by Senate President Ahmad Lawan and himself
The previous Kaduna government administrator added that assuming Lawan is denounced as well, it will act naturally and the appointee Senate president
Sani made these projections in a tweet he distributed on Tuesday, August 2, however didn’t give a clue with regards to whether he was kidding or serious
A few Nigerians are going on to pick swaps should the call for President Muhammadu Buhari’s reprimand goes through in the Senate.
One of the individuals who are now considering potential substitutions is Shehu Sani, a previous representative from Kaduna Central.
In his computation, that’s what sani projected if the president and his agent, Yemi Osinbajo, are expelled from their workplaces, their substitutions will be Senate President Ahmad Lawan and himself.
He extended the thought much further by expressing that assuming Lawan is denounced, it will be Ovie Omo-Agege, the delegate leader of the upper chamber himself still.
Hence, which ever way, the reprimand of Buhari, Osinbajo and Lawan will lean toward the previous government legislator, in the event that by any opportunity this turns into a reality.
In any case, it should be said as of now that the previously mentioned could simply be one of Sani’s jokes on Nigerian legislative issues, regardless of whether he utilize a facetious toone or any chuckling emoticon to propose such.
His tweet reads:
“If you impeach Buhari,you will have Osibanjo and if you impeach the two,then Ahmed Lawan.If you add Ahmed Lawan in the impeachment,then it will be Omo Agege”
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In the mean time, Honorable Ndudi Elumelu, the minority head of the House of Representatives, had encouraged President Buhari on what to do in the midst of calls by certain congresspersons for his prosecution.
As per Elumelu on Wednesday, July 27, the president was permitted to leave and get back to his town.
The southeast official said he has been given a notification on moves by legislators to impugn Buhari and that he will follow up on the message as quickly as time permits.