A group known as the Buhari Solidarity Front, BSF, has commended what it described as the “peaceful and amicable manner” in which the National Assembly leadership crisis was resolved.
It specifically expressed respect to members of the House of Representatives, noting the utmost maturity with which they handled the impasse in the green chambers, which they said prevented the quagmire from escalating beyond control.
In a press statement signed by the leadership of the group, including its national chairman, Victor Oyewole, national coordinator, Emeka Oraetoka, and national secretary, Samuel Egere, BSF commended the Speaker of the House, Hon. Yakubu Dogara, and Majority Leader, Femi Gbajabiamila, for allowing reason to prevail.
“It is our wish that the red chamber should borrow a leaf from the green chamber in the interest of the nation.
“The maturity exhibited by the APC national leadership in tackling the issue is of great significance, knowing full-well that the nation has suffered great discomfort in the past, due to poor leadership. Above all, we observed that the APC has proved itself to be one united and formidable family, which cannot be destroyed by the antics of our detractors and enemies of the nation.”
BSF equally eulogized the leadership of the All Progressives Congress, APC, for its efforts at keeping members and followers of the party together for the sustenance of the nation’s democracy.
“We state for the umpteenth time and reaffirm our unalloyed and implicit confidence in our national leaders, including Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Atiku Abubaker, the national chairman, Chief John Oyegun, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu and others, who worked assiduously to enthrone the progressive regime of our time.
“Worthy of note also is the non-interference posture of President Muhammadu Buhari in the affairs of the other arms of government, which has helped in strengthening and deepening the doctrine of separation of powers among the three arms of government. We pray that this should continue.”

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