President Muhammadu Buhari, warns ministers and top officials of his government that they should maintain good relation with the Federal Parliament of Nigeria.
According to reports, President Muhammadu Buhari said that that he would not condone any dishonesty to the legislature from any executive branch official.
President Muhammadu Buhari, Made this remarks during a meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives yesterday Thursday. where they discussed some of the recent activities of the legislature.
According to reports, The warning comes hours after Niger Delta Development Authority chairman Daniel Pondei, walked out of the audit panel. regarding the investigation of the commission's finances.
It was because Officials, have accused the chairman of the House of Representatives' investigation committee of corruption. where they said they would continue to attend the session only if he withdrew from the investigation. This comes just days after a crisis that prompted parliament to suspend a youth recruitment program, of 774,000 temporary jobs. as a result of a dispute with the labor minister.
According to a presidential statement, it has instructed all the ministers and heads of government agencies, to go about their business. so that they do not sabotage the legislature and its leadership as well as its representatives.
However, the statement did not elaborate on whether Buhari's warning was issued on Whether minister Festus keyamo, will not submit to the request to the parliament. on the issue of hiring thousands of young people for temporary employment.
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