Pro-Jonathan Group Emerges in House of Reps, Vows to Tackle APC Over DirectivesFeatured, Latest News Monday, January 27th, 2014
A Pro-Jonathan group, National Unity Group on Monday emerged in the House of Representatives to suppress the growing number and influence of members of All Progressive Congress (APC).
African Examiner gathered that the emergence of the group was sequel to the recent threat issued by the leadership of APC to block the 2014 budget and the confirmation of the Service Chiefs and ministerial nominees.
The newly formed group, which comprises of members of the DP, Labour, Accord and APGA is led by Bitrus Kaze, PDP Plateau state.
The group also frowned at APC moves to impose itself as the majority party with a view to changing the leadership of the house.
“These latest directives are a provocation and as far as legislative maneuvers go, they will once again fail.
“Hence everything must be done to arrest the APC attempt to turn Nigeria into a laughingstock.
“We the National Unity Group in the House of Reps made up of PDP, Labor, Accord and APGA members, wish to aver that any attempt to tamper with the 2014 budget and hence the Transformation Agenda of the Jonathan administration, would be met with robust resistance.” Kaze vowed
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