All Progressive Congress, APC, Chieftain in Zamfara State, Alhaji Ibrahim Kwandawa, has described the recent emergence of the new leadership of the Senate and House of Representatives, as kangaroo, unfortunate and undemocratic process.
He said, their emergence as leaders of the two chambers will only create serious bone of contentions to the office of President Muhammadu Buhari, that could bedevil him not to addressing the Country’s long overdue challenges in all socio- economic sectors.
He made the remark in an interview with Nigerian Pilot in his office last Friday in Gusau the State Capital.
Kwandawa who was a former Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Talata-Mafara Local Government Area and now serving Deputy Treasurer of All Progressive Congress Zamfara State Chapter, described the recent elections conducted by the two National Assembly chambers as unacceptable, disrespectful and a show of ingratitude to their party (APC), adding that, emergence of the two house leaders will remain a quandary within the next four years.
He suggested the APC at Locals, States and National headquarters to strongly call them into order and ensure an immediate cancellation of the elections in order to conduct fresh elections.
He said the action taken by the members was unfair and unjust not only to their party but to the people who voted for them.
He said, if care was not taken, all the APC led administration’s policies and blueprints will suffer serious setback from the side of the executive arm.
“I want to personally express my total objection on this new leadership of the National Assembly, because what they did was to protect their personal interest not our interest.” Kwandawa contended.
He appealed to Nigerians, particularly APC supporters to remain law abiding nations and live with one another in peace instead of in rancour, saying no meaningful development could be achieved where absence of peace is the order of day in any given society.
It could be recalled that on the 9th of this month, the Senate and House of Representatives members have conducted elections of their officials in which Senator Bukola Saraki and Yakubu Dogara were elected as Senate President and Speaker respectively.

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