Recent attack on the House of Representatives has resulted in inviting President Muhammadu Buhari to explain the worsening security situation across the country. The members also resolved to suspend plenary for three consecutive legislative days to protest against the killing of Nigerians in cold blood by suspected herdsmen.
The House resolved that in light of section 14 subsection two A and B of the 1999 constitution, which places the security and lives of the Nigerian people as the priority of government. The president has failed. He passed the vote of no confident on all the service chiefs and all security advisers to the president while asking the president to declare all killer herdsmen terrorists.
The resolution followed a motion on the incessant killings in Benue state especially the last one that claimed the lives of two referend fathers on Tuesday.
Member, House of Reps Mark Gbillah said people of his constituency who are the immediate victims that he is declaring that we do not believe right now we have a government in our country because we do not understand why the fundamental responsibility of government has completely been abrogated by this current administration because it seems to be no moral result or will to tackle this matter.