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Commotion in the Senate as Abaribe declares Buhari incompetent

By News Express on 12/04/2018

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•Rowdy session at the Senate
•Rowdy session at the Senate


It was a rowdy session at the Senate Thursday, following Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe’s description of President Muhammadu Buhari as ‘incompetent’ in handling the clashes between farmers and herdsmen. 

A report by the online edition of THISDAY said the commotion broke out after Abaribe (PDP Abia South) had moved a motion to react to Buhari’s comments on the origin of the killer herdsmen. 

“His choice of word, however, did not go down well with several lawmakers who registered their protest”, thus resulting in the commotion, the report said. 


Source News Express

Posted 12/04/2018 9:25:24 PM


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