The Senator representing Sokoto North in the Nigerian Senate, Aliyu Wamakko, has denied reports that he hosted a series of meetings at his Abuja home to discuss how to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari from office.
Mr. Wamakko in a statement late Tuesday said his attention was drawn to a “false and malicious” story published by an online newspaper that a series of meetings were held at his residence to strategise on the impeachment proceedings of President Buhari.
“To set the records straight, a meeting was only held in my residence towards finding amicable solution to the frosty relationship between the Executive and Legislature,” he said.
The former Sokoto governor said those at the meeting had observed the growing disharmony between the two arms of government and resolved that finding amicable solution to the impasse will move the nation forward and give the president focus to pursue his Change Agenda.
“As a principled politician, I have no cause to scheme against the president and the party I campaigned for or the cause I believe in.
“Let me once again reiterate that we hold the president in high esteem, and we will do our best towards ensuring that there is cordial relationship and harmony between the two arms,” he said.
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