Medical vacation: Transmitting of power mandatory, not optional …Clark

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Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark has scolded President Muhammadu Buhari for not transmitting power to his Vice president, Yomi Osinbajo.

Buhari on Monday jetted out to London, United Kingdom for a two weeks medical trip. 

Clark, who was reacting to the report of the president’s medical trip, said the president erred by not transmitting power to his Vice President. 

The former National Commissioner who supported his argument with  section 145 of the 1999 Constitution said the issue of transmitting of power is mandatory and not optional. 

He therefore said it is wrong for the president to continue to gold on to power when embarking on a medical trip.

He  also said the idea of Buhari governing from anywhere in the world is strange to the constitution.  

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