The Federal Government on Wednesday admonished the Senate President Bukola Saraki and his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu to desist from berating  President Mohammadu Buhari  for their present predicament.

It would be recalled that both the Senate President, Bukola and his deputy,Ike Ekweremmadu have been arraigned for allegedly forging the Senate Order 2015, that was used in the leadership election of June, 2015.

According to the statement by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal, in Abuja said that Saraki and Ekweremmadu’s messages were not at all complimentary to the president. The FG could not fathom why the trial of only two actors in the Senate would be seen as the the trial of the entire National Assembly members.

The duos have always accused President Buhari and other Cabals in his administration as brains behind their present situation.
Saraki stated that Buhari was not in control of his administration but certain cabals while Ekweremadu noted that the president was demonstrating his “dictatorial tendencies” that will soon affect the democracy of the nation.

The SGF said, “They want the public to believe that their prosecution is utter disregard by the executive arm of government for the constitutional provisions of separation of powers, and that preferring the forgery case against them is a vendetta.

“To impute other considerations to the process is unfortunate. We should allow the process to take its course in consonance with the dictates of the law and total obeisance to the cardinal democratic principle of the separation of powers.

“Since this case is in court, the judiciary should be allowed to do its job. However, it is important to emphasis that this case involves only the four accused persons and should not be presented to the unsuspecting public as involving the entire Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.