Rep refuses to apologize for the call for Buhari’s recall, insisting that the proceedings are still ongoing

The leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) parliamentary group in the House of Representatives, Kingsley Chinda, refused due to an apology for calling for the recall of President Muhammad Buhari.

Chinda, speaking on Nigerian Information 92.3FM in Port Harcourt, also said the PDP is sensitizing lawmakers as well as Nigerians to advocate for Bukhari’s recall.

Rep, who represents the Obio-Akpor federal constituency in the lower house of the National Assembly, also said the comments of the leader of the House of Hon. Alhassan Ado Doguwa, to punish him for calling for impeachment proceedings against the president, ridicules the House of Representatives.

“We are talking to our colleagues. We are talking to Nigerians. We also ask Nigerians to talk to their representatives.

“It’s not what you want. If the people the House leader represents in Cannes gather and tell him (Doguwa) that we want you to sign this revocation notice, we support you. He has no right to do otherwise.

“I do not owe anyone an apology for calling for the recall of Mr. President,” Chinda said.

Chinda called for Bukhari’s recall following the abduction of Boko Haram students at the Government High School in Kankar, Katsina State.