NATIONAL ASSEMBLY QUESTIONS BUHARI’S ADMINISTRATION
BY OMOKHUALE PUAH
The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has been passed a motion of invite by the National Assembly (NASS), to address the legislature on previous efforts made in order to get out of economic recession.
The motion which was passed on Thursday by the senate was in concurrence with the House of Representatives after a two day spanned debate at the floor of the lower chamber in Abuja, the National capital.
The Legislatives explained that there was a great need for President Muhammadu Buhari to clarify the entire state of Nigeria, in the sight of alleged conflicting signals entangling from various administrative officials, especially as regards the problems of economic recession.
According to members of the House of Representatives, it is imperative that President Muhammadu Buhari addresses a joint session of the National Assembly to outline plans to pull Nigeria out of recession.
The Minority Leader of the House, Toby Okechukwu and other lawmakers, Leo Ogor and Oluwole Oke, outlined the various factors they believed led to the economic recession.
Some of the issues outlined by the lawmakers were, Treasury Single Account Policy, Foreign Exchange Policy and the Structure of Nigeria.