Lawyers yesterday hailed the Senate’s decision to hold a security summit on insecurity and herdsmen crisis.
They, however, disagreed with the Red Chambers’ calls that Senate President Bukola Saraki should “step in” as President because President Muhammadu Buhari has allegedly failed to adequately address the security challenges.
A Senior Advocate Nigeria (SAN), Norrison Quakers, who warned against politicising the issues, said there were constitutional procedures for removing the President if the lawmakers feel he has failed in his duties.
Another SAN Paul Ananaba advised the senators to close ranks with the executive and find solutions to the killings. Read more