Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Timi Frank, has called on the National Assembly to wake up to its responsibilities and defend the nation’s constitution.
The call followed certificate forgery allegations levelled against President Bola Tinubu.
The ex-APC scribe stressed that the National Assembly cannot afford to stay aloof while the nation is “crumbling under illegalities and breach of the constitution committed by Tinubu as contained in the sworn deposition by the Chicago State University authorities,” according to National Daily.
He said: “The National Assembly, like Nero, cannot afford to fiddle while Rome (Nigeria) burns, otherwise they would become guilty of conspiracy of silence and willing accomplices to the unravelling of democracy in Nigeria.
“A breach of the Constitution by a sitting President is an impeachable offence. We are calling on the National Assembly, the Senate and the House of Representatives, to wake up and defend the Constitution.
“Otherwise, Tinubu’s stay in office will continue to bring national disgrace and embarrassment to Nigerians both home and abroad and equally chase away foreign investors from doing business in Nigeria because no foreign investor will come to Nigeria to invest while it remains under a President tainted with legitimacy.“