Dennis Naku, Port Harcourt
Kingsley Chinda, leader of the People’s Democratic Party’s parliamentary group in the House of Representatives, said that he did not owe anyone an apology for calling for the recall of the president, Major General Muhammad Buhari (retd).
He also said the PDP is sensitizing lawmakers as well as Nigerians to advocate for the recall of the president.
Chinda, who represents the Obio-Akpor federal constituency in the lower house of the National Assembly, said this further Information about Nigeria, 92.3 FM on Wednesday in Port Harcourt and supervised by a correspondent.
He said the House leader’s comments, Hon. Alhassan Ado Doguwa, to punish him for calling for impeachment proceedings against the president, ridicules the House of Representatives.
Chinda said, “We are talking to our colleagues. We are also talking to Nigerians and asking Nigerians to talk to their representatives. Not what you want. If the people the leader of the House represents in Cannes gather and tell him (Doguwa) that we want you to sign this notice of revocation, we are in support, he has no right to do otherwise.
“I do not owe anyone an apology for calling for the recall of Mr. President. The leader of the House said that I was speaking on my own behalf, and not on the board of the PDP.
“I don’t know who he (Doguwa) is in contact with. The PDP also came out to say that this was the position of the party, and as the spokesperson of the PDP in the House, I said the position of the PDP in the House. Why would a majority leader who is very experienced in parliamentary matters dance naked in public? “