All of the service chiefs have had their time within the civil service prolonged by Buhari well past the natural expiration interval of 35 years in service and/or on reaching 60 years of age.
Federal lawmakers in both the Senate and the House of Representatives have up to now urged the president to sack the service chiefs for his or her underperformance in tackling insecurity in Nigeria.
Senators this week passed another resolution for the sack of the service chiefs following terrorist group Boko Haram’s slaughter of over 43 rice farmers in Borno.
Shekarau mentioned in an interview with Channels TV on Thursday, December 3, 2020 that Buhari ought to let the service chiefs retire.
He mentioned, “We should always respect the law before we even speak about whether or not they’re performing or not. He (Buhari) is certainly breaking the legislation.
“They are not staff of Mr President, they’re staff of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“Mr President hasn’t the right to extend beyond what the law says.”
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