The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra has blamed the National Assembly for the poor handling of the planned impeachment of President Buhari.
MASSOB posited that the Senate watched helplessly and couldn’t make any meaningful move as the insecurity issues in the country worsened.
MASSOB’s position was made known by the group’s National Director of Information, Sunday Okereafor when he addressed pressmen on Friday.
Okereafor said the goings on in Nigeria were similar to what had happened in countries like Liberia, Serbia, and Yugoslavia, adding that leaders of such nations were meant to face the law for their failure to protect the lives of the citizens.
He said, “The Senate must be held responsible for the killings in the country. The Senate building is very beautiful, but there is no foundation.
“It will fall one day. How can the Senate be there and people are being killed? Tomorrow, you will hear, ‘We will impeach Buhari’; next tomorrow, you will hear again, ‘We will impeach Buhari’.
“Finally, when they give them money, they won’t say anything again. They (senators) should be ashamed of themselves. They should be ashamed that as the pillar of democracy in the nation, they can’t do anything.”