Sen. President Lawan vows to resist pressures to be a rubber stamp

June 19, 2019
134 Views

The President of the Senate of the Ninth National Assembly, Ahmad Lawan, on Wednesday, vowed to resist pressures to be made rubber stamp in his leadership of the Upper Chamber of the federal legislature.

It was learned that the Senate President in an interaction with State House Correspondents after a visit to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Wednesday, promised that the leadership of the Ninth National Assembly will establish a working relationship that will endear the government to Nigerians. He dismissed speculations that the leadership of the National Assembly will be rubber stamp to the executive having been sponsored by the Presidency and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Lawan cautioned that appointees of government must perform optimally, adding that the National Assembly will provide the necessary support.

Senate President Lawan said he was at the Aso Rock Villa to thank the Vice President for his support and interventions during the contest for the leadership of the ninth National Assembly.

You may be interested

Waldrum Confident Of Falcons’ Victory Against Ghana In Accra
Sports
4 views
Sports
4 views

Waldrum Confident Of Falcons’ Victory Against Ghana In Accra

Webby - October 23, 2021

Super Falcons head coach Randy Waldrum believes his side can still do better despite a 2-0 victory over archrivals Ghana…

BREAKING: Boko Haram Terrorists Attack Yobe Community
News
4 views
News
4 views

BREAKING: Boko Haram Terrorists Attack Yobe Community

Webby - October 23, 2021

In the early hours of Saturday, suspected Boko Haram militants in ten gun trucks stormed Katarko village in Yobe State’s…

News
2 views

NCC to Nigerians: Beware, new virus steals banking details

Webby - October 23, 2021

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday alerted Nigerian telecom consumers of the existence of a new, high-risk and extremely-damaging malware…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.