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Wamakko No impeachment meeting held in my house, says Senator

"Such allegations by the online edition were indeed too callous, defamatory, libellous and a bunch of deceitful lies.''

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(PM News Nigeria)

Sen. Aliyu Wamakko (APC-Sokoto) has dismissed speculations alleging that some clandestine meetings on heinous plans to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari were being held in his house.

A statement signed by Wamakko's Media Aide, Malam Abubakar Dangusau, on Wednesday in Sokoto described the rumour as a dastardly and fallacious allegation as well as "obnoxious, unbecoming, lame and treacherous''.

Wamakko was apparently reacting to an online report.

He declared that: "There was never a time that such a fictitious meeting was held to discuss such a weighty issue of the alleged plans to initiate impeachment processes of our dear President at the Senate.

"Such allegations by the online edition were indeed too callous, defamatory, libellous and a bunch of deceitful lies.''

Wamakko, a two-time governor of Sokoto state, reiterated his faith and belief in the masses-oriented All Progressives Congress (APC).

"It is really too impossible for the former Governor to allow such meetings to be conducted in his house, even if such an imaginary plan is being hatched.

"Senator Wamakko, as a true democrat, nationalist, patriot and an ardent believer of the President Buhari presidency cannot be part of such treasonable move.

"I am however challenging the Newspaper to substantiate its claims, and make their source public, if they really have it.''

Wamakko also renewed his belief in the President's ongoing efforts to revamp all sectors of the Nigerian economy.

He expressed his happiness and support to the ongoing anti-corruption war as well as the fight against insurgency.

"The ongoing war against the socio-economic malaise, corruption is legendary, unparalleled and intricate. This is not therefore the time to ditch the president, our dear party, the APC and the most populous black nation, Nigeria.

"Senator Wamakko is an ardent believer in the Nigerian project, more so under the change mantra, as being piously and holistically being commanded by President Muhammadu Buhari.

"What he really needs from us at this crucial time of national rejuvenation are the fervent prayers and the token complementary efforts of all us and other well-meaning Nigerians, and not a threat of impeachment, real or imagined," the lawmaker urged. 

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