Buhari Media Group Warns Senate, Tells Abaribe To Apologise Over Remarks Against President

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Senator Abaribe is a disgrace to the red chambers and must apologise for his dishonourable comments

ABUJA (Sundiata Post) – The Buhari Media Support Group (BMSG) has warned the Senate against making verbal attacks on President Muhamadu Buhari.

In a statement sent to Sundiata Post on Thursday, it said it condemned “the conspiratorial stance by some senators against the government of President Muhammadu Buhari with emphasis on abuse of immunity which emboldens them to use incendiary remarks on the President at different times during sittings by the Senate.”

BMSG said this while reacting against remarks credited to Senator Eyinaya Abaribe who was quoted as saying on Thursday:

“Why do we continue to indulge this president that everywhere goes along to tell everyone outside this country that he is totally incompetent. Because it is obvious.”

The group said it took exception to the remarks credited to Senator Eyinaya Abaribe, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) member during Thursday Plenary, describing his remarks against the President as reprehensible amounting to irresponsible brand of politics.

The group called on the Nigerian Senate to avoid turning its chambers into a circus that allows use of profane and insulting language as lingua franca with the President of Nigeria being often verbally abused.

BMSG made this known in a statement  signed by the Chairman and Secretary, Austin Braimoh and Cassidy Madueke, Coordinator and Secretary respectively, urging the the leadership to  call members to order on use of intemperate language to address the president.

It said, “Senator Abaribe’s comments on the floor of the Senate which engendered a rowdy session are not just shameful to the institution of the Nigerian Senate while defiling the hallowed office of the President.”

The group called for Senator Abaribe to make an apology to Nigerians for his comments on the floor of the house.




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