The House of Representatives in a unanimous voice vote, members on Wednesday at plenary shot down President Muhammad Buhari’s Executive Order.
President Muhammadu Buhari had last Thursday signed an Executive Order to improve his administration’s fight against corruption.
Solacebase recalled that the President signed the order recently to give his government power to confiscate stolen assets of suspected individuals believed to have richly corrupted themselves via public.
But contributing to a motion sponsored by 25 persons and moved by Nicholas Ossai (Delta State) on the issue, the lawmakers said that the Order was against the tenets of democracy.
They also said it is the usurpation of Legislative powers constitutionally inherent in the National Assembly to make laws for the country.
According to the House, the President cannot approbate and reprobate unilaterally without the inputs of the Legislature and the Judiciary which made up the pillars of democracy in the country.
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