Buhari tells ministers, others, to respect National Assembly

Buhari tells ministers, others, to respect National Assembly

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed Ministers and all heads of Departments and Agencies to at all times conduct themselves in ways that will not undermine the National Assembly as an institution, its leadership and members.

Buhari gave this directive after a closed-door meeting with the president of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila at the State House, Aso Villa Abuja.

The meeting, which lasted for almost an hour, was characterized by an engaging discussion on a range of key issues of National importance particularly the role of the Legislature as a critical component in supporting their common goal and commitment towards improving the lives of the people of Nigeria.

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President Muhammadu Buhari and the leaders of the National Assembly recognized and acknowledged that the Executive and Legislative arms of government are essential partners in the fulfillment of their mutually aligned goal of improving the lives of the Nigerian people.

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6 thoughts on “Buhari tells ministers, others, to respect National Assembly

  1. My advice for every youth is not to lay their all hope in the government because they are all always there playing their game and embezzling our national fund.
    Whenever they feel like to say anything they will come say anything anytime.

  2. 3 arms of government should respect themselves, what exactly are they teaching the younger generation? If they can’t comport themselves? Honourables ko!

  3. Does all those our granny respect themselves? Infact there’s nothing honorable about them. They should go and relearn and learn.

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