There Are Too Many Judases In The Buhari Presidency – Hon. Abubakar


BY VICTOR BUORO, ABUJA – A member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yunusa Abiubakar has said that the greatest challenge of the President Muhammadu Buhari presidency is the fact that there are too many Judases working against the administration.

Hon. Abubakar, who stated this when he appeared on Channels Television Sunrise Daily programme on Tuesday, said that it is a known fact that there are too many Judases that are not allowing President Buhari to perform.

According to him; “The President is doing his best but I am not afraid to say this, there are too many Judases in the presidency and they don’t allow things to work”.

He further said that it is amazing that some persons in the Presidency can even come and say that the President does not need to implement the national Budget passed by the National Assembly.

Abubakar explained that some of the Judases are bent on ensuring that the National Assembly remains irrelevant in the running of governance, adding that without the legislature, there cannot be democracy.

Commenting on the alleged inability of some members of the National Assembly to go to their constituencies to register or revalidate their membership of their party, particularly the All Progressives Congress (APC), Hon. Abubakar said that it is a sorry state if any member of the legislator worth his salt is unable to go to his constituency.

According to him; “I consider it as most unfortunate if any member of the National Assembly is said not to be able to visit his constituency to register as a member of his party”.

Abubakar, who is a member of the Judiciary and House Services Committee of the House, said that some agencies of the Federal Government are idle and only collect salaries.

In his words; “There is an agency under the Judiciary, I won’t mention the name here, its overhead expenditure is in billions of Naira but with capital expenditure of about N40million. What that means is that we are spending billions of Naira to prosecute about N40million. Does it make any sense?”

He said that there is the need for concerted efforts by both the executive and legislative arms of government in addressing the myriads of challenges facing the nation

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