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Saraki Talks Tough: Senate Cannot Be Intimidated

Senate President Bukola Saraki has said that the upper legislative chamber will not be intimidated as it seeks to discharge its constitutional duties.

Saraki stated this following a closed-door meeting by the Senate on Tuesday before plenary.

He revealed that the lawmakers deliberated on issues bordering on the National Assembly’s integrity. 
“We cannot be intimidated from carrying out our constitutional duties at all times. “Nothing will stop the National Assembly, especially the Senate, from performing its duties.”

18 comments:

  1. ok no problem 2019 we shall see

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  2. Which duties? Group of comedian and t-----

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  3. Just the same way, Magu, Ali, Sowore and the rest of us cannot be intimidated.
    #Believe

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  4. I'm totally proponent of the conceptions of the Separation of Powers. The three arms of Government are supposed to be totally independent in order to successfully deliver its democratic constistitional mandate to the nation and its citizenry. The Legislative Arm of the Government must live up to their expectations and standard. No arm of government is superior to the other, no arm can jettison one another hence are equal in a true democracy. The National Assembly must promote, support and preach true separation of powers because absolute power corrupt absolutely. The executive must not claim any form of supremacy, we're not in totalitarianism.

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    1. Though, I don't know whom u are but believe me this people are doing nothing in both senate and national assembly. Unfortunately, Nigerian are watching them while they steal and play with with our future......

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  5. nigerian politics sha..make we dey watch as e dey go..

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  6. Saraki is a very wise and smart guy. He will outsmart PMB soon....... Watch out!

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  7. Am so loving this fight.lets see who wins.

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  8. Hassan Aderemi29 March, 2017 15:31

    We wish they discharge their responsibilities without fear or favour but in most cases what they legislate upon is for their personal gains or sit &laugh at the legislative chamber.

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  9. Who is intimidating who?you guys taking unappropriate steps and you are thinking that you have done the greatest.

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  10. OLES, BARAWOS, THIEVES,
    Do your job, stop holding the country hostage because you and your parents are corrupt.

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  11. Oladimeji Seun29 March, 2017 19:34

    Truely who is intimidating who here, if the lawmaker are not up to something why cant they comferm the aopointment of Magu and others, we all know that the man is working.they should remember that this is not the time to flex muscles on who is powerful or not, all their action goes back to the masses at the end of the day, Nigeria need coperation at all tiers of the government to make the country bance back to its feet.

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  12. Rubbish...

    The house should be closed...

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  13. The 3arms of government should be completely independent. The should discharge their constitutional duties assiduously and should never succumb to any pressure. The executive can't pressurized the legislature.

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  14. Let them continue, bunch of corrupt senators

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