SARAKI: Why we de­ferred screen­ing of 27 Recs

Sunday Trust - - VIEWPOINT -

Idon’t think Saraki de­serves all the at­tacks he is get­ting from across the coun­try. Re­ject­ing Magu does not mean dis­loy­alty. It is wor­thy to note that the Se­nate re­jec­tion of Magu was based on a re­port from the De­part­ment of State Se­cu­rity (DSS). It is im­por­tant that we have all the facts be­fore con­demn­ing the Se­nate. There is no way the law­mak­ers could have ig­nored the re­port from the DSS. Su­laiman Dauda Muhammed

I don’t think the Se­nate Pres­i­dent has told Nige­ri­ans the real rea­son be­hind their re­fusal to con­firm Magu and all the other prob­lems the law­mak­ers are hav­ing with the Pres­i­dency. But ev­ery­thing will be ex­posed in due time. Nige­ri­ans are wait­ing pa­tiently. Bay­onle Akande

What I re­ally want to know is why Magu can­not be con­firmed. The man has acted for too long. I urge the Se­nate to over­look the DSS re­port and con­firm Magu, so that the fight against cor­rup­tion can go on smoothly. Musa Joseph

I don’t think Saraki has to be loyal to any­one. He should just go ahead and dis­charge his du­ties dili­gently. Alyasau Sabo Haruna

We are not af­ter the Se­nate pres­i­dent’s loy­alty to Pres­i­dent Muham­madu Buhari. All we need is for the law­mak­ers to carry out the du­ties for which they were voted. Ibrahim Us­man Us­man I think the law­mak­ers are just pur­su­ing their per­sonal agenda. Audu Sani

I urge the Se­nate pres­i­dent to try and solve the prob­lem the law­mak­ers are hav­ing with the Pres­i­dency be­cause Nige­ri­ans are watch­ing and in 2019, they will be voted based on per­for­mance. Oshafu Adamz Isa

The Se­nate Pres­i­dent should ad­dress the is­sue of as­sets dec­la­ra­tion. It is not too late for him to de­clare his to­tal as­sets. I am sure that once he does that the mat­ter will be tack­led. There is no need to tag the trial in court po­lit­i­cal. Jamil Musa No mat­ter what hap­pens we will know the truth very soon. Bay­onle Akande

Bukola Saraki has shown that he is more than ca­pa­ble to hold the po­si­tion of Se­nate pres­i­dent. I wish him well in all his en­deav­ours. Idris Muhd Tukur

The Se­nate pres­i­dent should be al­lowed to per­form his du­ties with­out dis­trac­tions. Uwa­di­ale Ge­orge

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