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Reps spokesperson: ‘We did not intend to ridicule Buhari over security matters’

<p class=””>Rep. Benjamin Kalu, spokesperson for the House of Representatives says the invitation extended to President Muhammadu Buhari was not geared toward ridiculing him over safety matters.</p>

<h1>Kalu mentioned this whereas talking with newsmen on Thursday in Abuja, that the President was somewhat invited for engagement with the house on ways to deal with safety challenges within the nation.</h1>

<p class=””>He mentioned that the concept of the invitation was to have a suggestions mechanism on safety scenario within the nation, including that the partnership established by the ninth assembly with the executive can be sustained.</p>

<p class=””>He, nonetheless, mentioned that since Nigeria was operating a democracy hinged on party supremacy, the president can resolve to observe the recommendation of his part on any subject.</p>

<p class=””>“<em>The President is not more powerful than the party, but if he took a decision and his party took another, he must obliged the party,</em>” he mentioned.</p>

<p class=””>Kalu mentioned that the house didn’t act in error by inviting the president, including that the house had the right to research points bothering the nation.</p>

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