‘It’s A Family Issue’: GAC Leader Reacts As Lagos Assembly Disqualifies 17 Commissioner Nominees

‘It’s A Family Issue’: GAC Leader Reacts As Lagos Assembly Disqualifies 17 Commissioner Nominees

‘It’s A Family Issue’: GAC Leader Reacts As Lagos Assembly Disqualifies 17 Commissioner Nominees

The Lagos State All Progressives Congress (APC)-Governance Advisory Council (GAC) leader, Prince Tajudeen Olusi has described the non-confirmation of 17 out of the 39 commissioner nominees forwarded by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to the State House of Assembly as a family issue.

The leader who assured that the situation is under control said what the public is seeing is the “side effects of the operation of democracy.”

Naija News recalls the Lagos State House of Assembly on Wednesday sparked mixed reactions when it disqualified 17 commissioner nominees while 22 others were cleared.

But Prince Olusi in his reaction said there is nothing to worry about as the APC leaders have started meeting on the issue to prevent any escalation of the crisis.

The former House of Representatives member stated further that such is not unusual due to the clear demarcation of the constitutional roles of the Executive and the Legislature in a presidential system of governance.

He assured that everything would be resolved amicably as ”the party is the father of the two.”

“We have been contacting and consulting with the leaders of the party. It is part of the side effects of the operation of democracy.

“The House of Assembly has its responsibilities. The Executive also has its responsibilities assigned to it by the constitution. The party is the father of the two,” Olusi was quoted by The Nation to have said on the phone.

He assured that very soon, everything would be resolved.

“So, the matter is under control. It is a family issue. Very soon, we shall lay everything to rest,” the GAC leader added.

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