Over 20 Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and President
Muhammadu Buhari supporters have threatened to occupy
the National Assembly next week, accusing the lawmakers of
frustrating the anti-corruption efforts of the present
Daily Trust reports that while addressing a rally Wednesday
March 23 in Abuja, attended by various organisations, the
president of the National Association of Nigerian Students
(NANS), Retson Tedheke, who spoke on behalf of the others,
accused the National Assembly of reversing the gains of the
Change Agenda of President Buhari.
“Instead of keying into the anti-corruption war of the
president, the leadership of National Assembly is bent on
“We demand the confirmation of the acting chairman of the
EFCC Ibrahim Magu, three nominees for the Nigerian
Communications Commission (NCC) and those whose
appointments were rejected on frivolous allegations,” he said.