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Civil Society Organisation, Others Call For Immediate Removal Of Bukola Saraki

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Bukola Saraki and Ali Ndume

As allegations and counter allegations continue to rock the upper chamber of the National Assembly, Stand up for Nigeria (SUN), a group made up off over 99 Civil Society Organizations, 70 freelance activists and 100 Non governmental organization (NGOs) have called for the removal of the Senate President Bukola Saraki.
The group made this know in a statement signed by the National President, Sunday Attah in Abuja.
According to Attah,  the group is aimed at reclaiming the Senate from Saraki and his supporters to returning it back to the people of Nigeria.
He said that SUN is set to hold a 3 days rally at the Freedom Park in Lagos or Unity Fountain, Abuja next week.
“The Stand Up 4 Nigeria {SUN} which is the ray of hope and light to our generation is therefore calling on all well meaning Nigerians to join us  as we reclaim the Senate from Saraki and his boys and return it back to the people of Nigeria.

 

“We are also calling on those outside the seats of power to rise in their respective state capitals on MondayTuesday and Wednesday.
“No individual entity or group of persons should ever take the Nigerian people for a ride any longer.
“This is the last time anyone takes us for a fool for our collective sacrifices and patriotism to make Nigeria great. They are enjoying our mandate and we are withdrawing it unfailingly,” he said.
Attah further condemned the removal of Ali Ndume, adding that he must be brought back and that the Senate must carry out screening of  RECs as it is their constitutional role that must be carried out.      (Authority)

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