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6 Weeks Ultimatum Not Realistic- Falana Suggests Other Step National Assembly Can Take Against Buhari

Human Right lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Femi Falana had been talking tough in the last few days over the ugly situation currently confronting the country.

Falana joined the Nigeria Labour Congress on Tuesday to protest the lingering disagreement between the Federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities which has led to over five months strike by the lecturers.

During the protest, the Rights Activist while speaking to the press advised president Muhammadu Buhari to step down if he feels too overwhelmed by the burden of leading Nigeria and allow a more competent person to take over.

On Wednesday, an impeachment motion was moved at the National Assembly against president Buhari. The senators from the minority caucus gave the president six weeks Ultimatum to fix the security or face an impeachment proceedings.

Reacting to the development while featuring on Thursday edition of Channels TV Sunrise Daily, Femi Falana identified what the lawmakers should have rather done instead of the six weeks ultimatum.

According to Falana, the six weeks deadline given to the president is not realistic. They should have given him an executive ultimatum of about seven days to get things done or face the impeachment proceedings.

He noted that the current situation in Nigeria calls for a drastic measure and except something urgent is done by the national assembly, it will continue to deteriorate.

Falana explained this on Thursday morning during the live TV programme.

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