Members of the House of Representatives on Thursday moved that the alleged deplorable state of the Presidential Villa Clinic should be investigated by the Committee on Health Services and report back within 3weeks. This is coming after several backslash on the deplorable state of the clinic by the President's family. This was sequel to a motion sponsored by Rep Henry Archibong, PDP, Akwa Ibom, entitled:’Need To Investigate The Deplorable Condition Of The State Clinic And The Alleged Deductions From The Salaries And Allowances Of The Medical Staff’. The House unanimously voted in support of the investigation as the presiding officer, Yakubu Dogara put the motion to a voice vote.
The Presidency on Tuesday commended members of the House of Representatives for condemning activities of groups like the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and others calling for Nigeria’s split. This is contained in a statement issued by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly matters (House of Reps), Rep. Abdulrahman Kawu. He thanked members of the lower chamber for the motion they passed to reaffirm the need for unity of the nation. “I use this opportunity to commend the 360 members of the House for unanimously passing a resolution to work for the unity of Nigeria in the face of daunting challenges and threats by certain groups, who are bent on causing disharmony and dis-unity among Nigerians. “Indeed, there is no better time to come out wit