VP Yemi Osinbajo has said that President Muhammadu Buhari given over to him in a letter he transmitted to the Senate which he said was in consistence with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution (as changed).
He expressed this in a Tweet gone for clearing the discussion brought about by the wordings of Buhari’s letter to the National Assembly, before he exited to the UK on Sunday for further keeps an eye on his wellbeing.
The letter which was perused on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday, Buhari said Osinbajo would “facilitate the exercises of the administration” in his nonattendance.
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This was in opposition to what the President composed when he initially headed out to the UK in January. He composed that Osinbajo would “play out the obligations of my office” while he was away.
Tweeting by means of @benamaigwo, one Bernard Amaiguo had asked: “Mr. VP, why did Mr President decline to hand over the issues of the nation to you?”
In his reaction, Osinbajo said the President transferred energy to him.
“He did sir. He transmitted a letter to the Senate in consistence with S.145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution (as changed),” he tweeted back.