Ahmed Lawan’s group “behind senators’ letter to IGP on senate rules forgery”

Fresh facts emerging suggest that senators loyal to Ahmed Lawan were responsible for the recent petition to the police inspector general on alleged senate rules forgery.

Vanguard reports that the letter, which was written to Arase was signed by the group’s Secretary, Suleiman Hunkuyi, Kaduna North where the group complained that some principal officers in the seventh Senate changed the Senate Standing Orders 2011 As Amended with the inputs and contributions of other senators.

“We write to bring to your attention, the existence of the fraudulent introduction of a 2015 Senate Standing Rules, as amended. We wish to attach the original and authentic Standing Order for 2011 that was used by the 7th Senate, Annexure A.

“We again annex Here to a purported amended Standing Orders 2015, which was used by the Clerk to the National Assembly (along with the Clerk of the Senate) in inaugurating the 8th Senate on June 9, 2015, Annexure B.

“The so called new Standing Orders purports to allow for secret instead of the open ballot system that has been prevalent in all Senate elections as permitted by the extant rules.

“This infraction, among others arise from the fraudulent production of the Rules without an approved consideration by the 7th Senate. At no time was the Standing Orders of the Senate amended during the entire life of the 7th Senate neither has the 8th Senate sat for long enough to produce the rules now being circulated and in use.

“We therefore appeal that you use your good offices to investigate and bring to justice all persons who may have been responsible for this fraud which has led to the undue political crises and abnormalities in the politics.

“While you carry out your job in sanitizing the system, please, be assured of our esteemed regards, ” the letter read.

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