Re­call Sen­a­tor Ahmed Rufa’i Sani

Daily Trust - - OPINION -

Sec­tion 69 of 1999 con­sti­tu­tion pro­vides priv­i­lege and pro­ce­dures to the cit­i­zens of Nige­ria to call back any of their rep­re­sen­ta­tive in the Na­tional Assem­bly if they have lost con­fi­dence in his/ her per­for­mance. Though the essence of N45 mil­lion as quar­terly con­stituency al­lowance given to each sen­a­tor is to re­in­force the peo­ple in their var­i­ous elec­toral con­stituen­cies we there­fore need publi­ca­tions of distin­guished Sen­a­tor Ah­mad Rufa’i

Sani’s de­vel­op­men­tal projects, re­fresh­ment and ac­tiv­i­ties con­ducted in his sen­a­to­rial dis­trict, Zam­fara West in the past 8 years and at least 3 months rep­re­sent­ing us in the se­nate. Like­wise, the num­ber of peo­ple who got em­ploy­ment in the fed­eral civil ser­vices, para-mil­tary and armed forces, through the aid of our sen­a­tor should be men­tioned to public if any? Of course, we re­main on our stand, for the move of call­ing him back to home, by the grace of God.

Nura Sule Jangebe and Dan Lawal Anka, Zam­fara State, 07051184738. 07083299008.

Ar­ro­gant Diezani snubbed the Nige­rian Se­nate. Pride goes be­fore a fall, I hope other fast mov­ing women will learn from this and be more care­ful. Time for reck­on­ing is here and no more room for flaunt­ing any false in­tegrity.

Abubakar B. Tsav CP rtd. 08098977244

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