Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday cautioned senators purported planning to impeach him to refrain from such move, reports Punch.
Jonathan said there were issues of national importance that needed their attention rather than the plot against him.
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Jonathan, who was speaking through his Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe, said disagreements between the executive and legislature is a normal occurrence in democracies around the world.
Apparently trying to pacify the senators, Jonathan said the Senate has in the last four years, conducted its legislative functions and responded to issues that are of great national importance with commendable political sagacity.
He noted that he wanted the cordial relationship between the executive and the legislature to continue.
Read more at Punch.
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