A chieftain of the New Nigerian Peoples Party, NNPP, named Olusegun Bamgbose, has asked on the National Assembly to adjust the Nigeria Constitution to request for the recall of the President by the people who voted for him.

The senior lawyer said, considering the security challenges in Nigeria, and the vigor attitude of the government to put an end to incessant killings, it had become very important and imperative to adjust the Constitution.

According to the chart with Daily Post on Tuesday, Bamgbose stated that if the Nigeria Constitution make way for the summon of any member of the National Assembly, same should be included to the Executive President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The frontline lawyer, who is believes to become President in 2023, added that the measures provided by the Nigeria constitution to remove the incumbent President is almost not possible to be implemented.

He said, “It’s a difficult task to impeach the President in view of the conditions laid down in our Constitution. There should be alternative to this, the Constitution should be amended to provide for the recall of the President by those who voted for him,"

Bamgbose added that, “President Buhari is due for recall by the electorate if the constitution had provided for it. I wonder how Nigerians can cope with Buhari’s Presidency for the next 30 months.

“It’s like spending 30 months in hell. Lives and properties of Nigerians are now at the mercy of Boko Haram insurgents, bandits, gunmen, kidnappers.

“May God deliver us. Our lives can no longer be guaranteed. Those in their houses are not safe, those that are traveling are not really sure they won’t be kidnapped.

“Farmers can no longer harvest or work in their farms without obtaining permission from the military. We are certainly living in hell. All our President does is to condemn and condole.

“This is certainly not the best of time for Nigerians. We have certainly been scammed by APC. We have been trapped by promises of change, this is so sad.

“No doubt if the impeachment of Buhari were left in the hands of Nigeria, by now he would have been impeached. One wonders how Nigerians will survive another 30 months of Buhari’s administration.

“Nigerians should brace up for the challenges ahead. Nigerians are fed up with Buhari’s administration. They promised change but we are experiencing crisis, we expected dividends of democracy, but difficulties have become our daily experience.

“May God deliver us from this government given to excuses and propaganda. Nigerians never bargained for this type of government.”

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