Buhari News Today 2022 – This article has been written to bring you the latest news on the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. The name Grand Commander of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (GCFRN) is the one that guarantees to elicit a variety of responses or responses from the Nigerian people.
Currently Buhari and Nigeria
The last seven years of the Buhari government haven’t really been a favorite of Nigerians as all kinds of ruckus and ridiculous things are happening all at once.
Foreign investors are packing up and leaving, indigenous businesses are folding due to how unsuitable the Nigerian economy is for businesses. Young and old alike are setting out in search of greener pastures, keeping ‘japa’ alive, and ‘welcoming a new trend on social media.
Graduates of public universities have now been at home for almost seven months due to another ASSU strike, which resulted from the federal government’s reluctance or perhaps inability to meet the demands of the Universities Academic Staff Union.
Moreover, the Nigerian currency which is the Naira, has not been smooth over the past few weeks as it continues to fall against the dollar. The current exchange rate is N710 to $1.
With all this and much more that we cannot get into this article, it is normal to say that it was not easy for Nigerians with the administration led by Buhari.
Buhari and the threat of impeachment
A few weeks ago, members of the National Assembly’s minority caucus resolved to give President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, six weeks to look into and address general insecurity in the nation or the risk of impeachment from office.
The movement was born in the Red Chamber when several senators from the opposition opted to run during a plenary session after the president of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan, blocked a motion that had been moved by the House on Insecurity and the Notice of Impeachment. was called upon. The President has to do.
The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) caucus in the House of Assembly also joined a 6-week ultimatum following the meeting of the National Assembly People’s Democratic Party caucus. It is important to note that the PDP is the largest opposition in the Senate as well as the House of Representatives.
While the presidency described the impeachment threats by senators as childish acts of the opposition, some senators in the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) supported the move to impeach the president.
APC’s Elisha Abbo, APC’s Adamawa and Adamu Bulkachuwa, Bauchi publicly supported the move to impeach Muhammadu Buhari.
The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, is yet to make a personal statement about the move by some members of the National House of Assembly.
We’ll be back to update you with the president’s response to whatever happens next or on this impeachment move. Bookmark this page for new updates.