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Why impeachment ultimatum given to Buhari is unrealistic – Falana

Legal luminary, Femi Falana, on Thursday said the six-week ultimatum given to President Muhammadu Buhari to fix insecurity is not realistic.

POLITICS NIGERIA had reported that senators from opposition parties issued a six-week ultimatum to President Buhari to tackle the security challenges bedevilling the country.

They also threatened to commence impeachment proceedings against the President should he fail to address the insecurity within the period given by the lawmakers.

But speaking in an interview on Channels TV’s Sunrise Daily this morning, monitored by this newspaper, Falana said the National Assembly should have given President Buhari a seven-day ultimatum.

“In six weeks, there may not be a National Assembly to return to,” Falana said.

The respected lawyer warned that the situation might get worse if the executive and legislators do not urgently intervene.

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  1. THEY ARE JOKERS PLAYING GAMES WITH THE FUTURE OF NIGERIA AND NIGERIANS.

    Is it even right to commence impeachment process against an outgoing president and where were these junketers all the while?

    THEY GAVE SIX WEEKS ULTIMATUM AND THE ENTIRE IMPEACHMENT PROCESS TAKES ABOUT FIVE MONTHS. MEANWHILE ELECCTIONS FOR THE NEXT GOVERNMENT AND PRESIDENT TAKES PLACE IN FEBRUARY 2023, IN SEVEN MONTHS.

    The marauding Senators betrayed the political undertone of their actions which is DOD and headed for the rocks.

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