Abuja - Following the summon issued to President Buhari by the National Assembly, the presidency has revealed that it is yet to be contacted via official channels.
Speaking through the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu stated that the president had not been summoned through the established channels of communication.
“There is a channel of communication between the Presidency and the National Assembly which we utilize. So, if they communicate to us through those channels, then the presidency will reply. But as it is now, it remains a newspaper report and newspaper is not a means of communication for the presidency. When they communicate, the presidency will also communicate back”, he said.
Also read: National Assembly summons Buhari over recession
The National Assembly passed a motion to invite President Muhammadu Buhari to address the legislature on efforts being made by his administration to end the current economic recession according to News24.
The Senate passed the motion on Thursday in concurrence with the House of Representatives.
The summon was after a unanimous yes vote after it was put into vote by Senate President Bukola Saraki who presided over yesterday’s plenary session.
- News 24