PDP says National Assembly’s resolution to impeach Buhari is a vindication of their earlier stance on the Buhari administration


Yesterday, the Nigerian Senate and House of Representatives held a joint session at the lower chamber of the National Assembly and the outcome of that meeting is the resolution to impeach President Buhari.

Many Nigerians have been reacting to this news ever since it broke with some welcoming it and others kicking against it. The opposition PDP has also tendered their reaction.



Reacting, PDP via its Twitter handle, said it has been vindicated.

The tweets read “The resolutions of the joint session of the National Assembly @nassnigeria against President Muhammadu Buhari’s @MBuhari Presidency is a vindication of our earlier stance on the Buhari administration.

“We commend the members of the National Assembly @nassnigeria for their patriotism and courage in unanimously standing up for democracy, rule of law, national stability and cohesion at this trying time.

“Nigerians would recall that the PDP had consistently pointed out the misrule of the @MBuhari presidency, as well as the unrelenting violations of our constitution, unprecedented executive highhandedness, abuse of the rights of citizens and the erosion of all known democratic norms”.