Call us rubber stamp, but Senate won’t fight Buhari: Orji Kalu
Former governor of Abia State who is the current Senate’s chief whip, Mr. Orji Kalu has reacted to the people, retorting that Senates are not rubber stamps but are working together for the benefit of the masses.
According to him, “Nigerian Senate will not pick a fight with President Muhammadu Buhari”.
He stated this at the National Assembly in Abuja. Information Guides Nigeria
According to People’s Gazette “The Senate is not a rubber stamp, it is just that we have done things differently. There are many things the Presidency has sent to the Senate that we rejected, and we reject it at the level of leadership and send it back to him”. jamb results
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“There is no need to fight with the President because our job is to complement the efforts of the executive, to give them the chance to give Nigerians good governance.”
“This Senate is very cooperative, and we are one family. Since I joined politics, I have never seen a family like the Senate. The Senate is one united family, and I can testify to that,” he stated. “When I had my problem in prison, a lot of my colleagues, including the Senate leadership, showed a lot of compassion towards me. Every other senator tried, but senators Sani Musa, Kashim Shettima, and Ibikunle Amosun were exceptional.”
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