By Kayode Olarewaju
The National Association of Nigerian Students has called on members of the National Assembly to apologise to Nigerians for their unruly behaviour during President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2019 budget presentation.
The Public Relations Officer of NANS, Mr Azeez Adeyemi, made the call on Friday in Abeokuta.
Adeyemi condemned the lawmakers’ behaviour, saying that it had further tarnished the external image of the country.
He urged the lawmakers to always promote the integrity of the country, while according due respect to its leaders.
He stressed that the legislators should jettison personal and political interests while treating matters of national interest.
“Nigerian students believe that members of the National Assembly should be role models to Nigerian youths and students by displaying worthy and enviable character.
“It is important to place respect for the honour and integrity of our dear country above any personal or political interests.
“We, hereby, call on the leadership of the National Assembly to, as a matter of necessity, apologise to the entire people of Nigeria over the members’ unruly conduct during the president’s budget presentation,” he said.
The NANS spokesperson, nonetheless, urged the National Assembly members to scrutinise the 2019 appropriation bill before its passage so as to ensure the outcome was in the best interest of all Nigerians.
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