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APC member seeks amendment of constitution to allow President Buhari contest third term

by on November 25, 2019
 

Charles Enya, a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ebonyi state who served as the organising secretary for President Buhari’s campaign organization during the 2019 general election has filed a suit (FHC/AI/CS/90/19) before a federal high court in Abakiliki seeking the amendment of the constitution to allow President Muhammadu Buhari get another term in office.

The APC member described the two-term tenure limit for presidents and governors as “discriminatory”  in relation to the executive and legislative branches of government in Nigeria, in the suit which has Mohammed Sani-Omolori, clerk of the national assembly; the national assembly and Abubakar Malami, attorney-general of the federation and minister of justice as defendants. 

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He asked the court to prevail on the defendants to remove constitutional clauses hindering elected presidents and governors from seeking a third term in office. 

Daily Trust reported that he is seeking an “order of the court nullifying and setting aside section 137(1)(b) and 182(1) (b) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) and directing the first and second defendants to delete and expunge sections 137(1)(b) and 182(1)(b) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, (as amended).”

This is coming after President Buhari debunked reports of seeking a third term in office. 

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  • John Okoh
    January 18, 2020 at 9:44 pm

    Why should anybody in Nigeria be advocating a 3rd term for any President in Nigeria unless dat individual is a buffoon dat does not know d country is dying under this regime?My goodness take a look at Nigeria and see whether things r working out except for d politicians and Fulanis who r taking over d country by all means necessary. TUFIAKWA.. REALLY A ZOO..

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