Senate’s Plot To Impeach Buhari: New Facts Emerge
It has been revealed that some senators loyal to Senate President, Bukola Saraki made a move to discuss impeachment at the executive session.
At least six senators who attended the session, confirmed that impeachment was discussed at the meeting, according to Premium Times.
A Senator interviewed stated that former deputy governor of Abia state, Eyinnaya Abaribe was the arrow-head of the move.
“It is time to go for the President’s jugular,” Abaribe reportedly declared at the meeting.
It was further revealed that the declaration by Abaribe evoked immediate reaction from the Senators with those in support of Saraki chorusing “Yes, Yes”, while those against repelled with “No, No” chants.
However, Saraki then told his colleagues that the issue on ground should not focus on Buhari’s impeachment, but the actions of the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Salami (SAN).
When contacted, Abaribe said: “What is called executive session is meant to be private. If anybody comes out to reveal what is discussed, he should be bold enough to mention his name. If you tell me the name of the Senator that quoted me, I can comment.”