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I want to continue as Reps member till eternity – Chief Whip, Ado-Doguwa

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I want to continue as Reps member till eternity – Chief Whip, Ado-Doguwa

Unread postby Wsj » Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:22 pm

Chief Whip of the House of Representatives, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa has vowed that he would remain in the lower chamber of the national assembly till eternity.

Ado-Doguwa says although he is the “longest serving member” of the house, but he was not ready to take the exit door, not even in the nearest future.


Doguwa said this on Monday while fielding questions on Fireworks, a programme on Television Continental (TVC).

Asked what the privileges attached to the office are, he said: “Privileges? I don’t know how this affects you or Nigerians.

“You want someone to come and unseat me? They want to unseat me now? I want to continue as chief whip till eternity.”

When prodded further by the journalist, Doguwa said his entitlements were not “more than the privileges that are available to every other principal officer in the list of the leadership.


“I just want to continue as chief whip… And we are not in any way different or so far from the rights enjoyed by every other ordinary member. The convention that made me chief whip has also reminded me to know that I’m only first among equals.

“As it is today, I’m the oldest serving member of the house of representatives. I started as far back as 1992. I may not be the oldest in terms of age, I reiterate that I’m the oldest serving member of the house of representatives today.

“So, no matter what happens in the process of establishing the leadership of the house of representatives, no matter what role I played, I don’t see reason why I should continuously fight a leadership that has been transparently elected.

“What I did by accepting this offer is to stabilise the house. This is what I call democracy in action. Nothing more, nothing less.”


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