Nigerian Senate has concurred with House Of Representatives to invite President Muhammadu Buhari to address the legislature on efforts being made by his administration to get the country out of the economic recession.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s invitation followed a unanimous “YES” vote after it was put into vote by Senate President Bukola Saraki who presided over plenary.
The briefing of President Buhari would enable the National Assembly take further legislative action that will bring Nigeria out of the current economic recession.
The Senate passed the motion at Thursday plenary in concurrence with the Resolution of the House of Representatives to invite the President, agreed with the lower chambers.
With the invitation, President Buhari who would address a joint Session of the National Assembly, would intimate the law-makers on his administration’s plans to get Nigeria out of the present economic recession that is at the moment biting Nigerians.
Recall that the Senate of the National Assembly has passed eight Bills received from the House of Representatives for concurrence which aimed at strengthening the laws of the Federal Republic, and were considered and passed in a single sitting of the Senate – demonstrating commitment to employing all legislative mechanisms at its disposal to end the current economic recession in the country.
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