Why we won’t reply Obasanjo for calling us ‘unarmed robbers’ – Nigerian Senate

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PIC.23. SENATE CHAMBER DURING THE INAUGURATION OF THE 8TH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN ABUJA ON TUESDAY (9/6/15). 3023/9/6/2015/CH/BJO/NAN

The Senate yesterday said that former President Olusegun Obasanjo should be ignored over his recent attack on members of the national assembly.

It said the house was not prepared as an institution to waste time replying the ex-president for calling members of both chambers, unarmed robbers.

It also asked the former President to return his Presidential Library to the Federal Government, noting that it was built with public fund.

Obasanjo had at an event on Thursday in Ibadan described National Assembly members as unarmed robbers.

Reacting, however, Senate Deputy Minority Leader, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, who described the former President as controversial, said Obasanjo deserved no reply.

He said, “He is too controversial to deserve a reply. Let him return his Presidential Library to the Federal Government because clearly, it was forc
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