The resumption of National Assembly plenary has been postponed. This was contained in a terse statement released Sunday night by M.A. Sani- Omolori, Clerk of the National Assembly.
He said: “This is to inform all Distinguished Senators and Honourable Members that resumption of plenary session earlier scheduled for Tuesday, 25th September has been postponed to Tuesday 9th October due to the activities of the primaries of the political parties. “All Distinguished Senators and Honourable members are expected to resume plenary session by 10 am on the 9th of October, please.”
It would be recalled that the All Progressives Congress (APC), last Tuesday, reacted to claim that the Buhari government was a planning forceful change of leadership at the national assembly.
Reacting, APC national publicity secretary, Yekini Nabena, said the falsehood was “a last-ditch attempt by the ‘outgoing’ and minority National Assembly leadership of the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki; his Deputy, Ike Ekweremadu and Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara to prevent the reconvening of the National Assembly and continue a minority-rule in an APC-dominated federal legislature.
“We are in a democracy and are governed by laws. A few cannot hold the legislative arm of government to ransom through their selfish political games. “The National Assembly must be reconvened immediately to attend to crucial and pending legislative business. The majority must be allowed to lead.”
The 25-year-old midfielder capped a superb World Cup campaign with the decisive third goal in the final against Croatia and his overall play for France was far more consistent and disciplined than anything United fans have seen from him since he rejoined the club for a then-world record £89million in 2016.
And Pogba’s patchy club form has continued this season – superb one game, sloppy the next, while on Saturday he set up United’s opener only to lose the ball for Wolves’ equaliser.