The much talked about invite extended to President Buhari by the National Assembly has been cancelled by the President.
According to News Sources, the president circumvents rendering accounts for his handling of national security, especially his defiance to sack service chiefs.
The reasons for his backing out of a meeting with members of the House of Representatives was said to be beased on emerging information from the presidency and parliament.
The president was initially scheduled to meet with House members to take questions about his administration’s handling of security, as widespread kidnapping, armed banditry and Boko Haram deadly exploits heightened fears of a beleaguered national security leadership.
Last week, the Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila announced that the president had agreed to meet with the House in the wake of the horrific massacre of scores of farmers in Nigeria’s war-ravaged Borno.
The president’s meeting with parliamentarians was scheduled for December 11, during which he would be taking questions from enraged and, mostly young, lawmakers.
But the meeting has now been called off, amidst fears that the president could be exposed as too frail to govern or not mentally-aware at worst.
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