This was the outcome of closed-door joint executive session of both chambers of the assembly in Abuja.
President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, read the resolution from the session, which lasted over three hours, and declared that the lawmakers would not hesitate to move against the president if he failed to comply.
He enumerated the conditions as:
”1. The Security Agencies must be given marching orders to curtail the sustained killings of Nigerians across the country and protect lives and properties of Nigerians as this is the primary duty of any responsible government.
”2. The systematic harassment and humiliation the Executive of perceived political opponents, people with contrary opinions, including legislators and judiciary, the police and other security agencies must stop.
”3. There must be strict adherence to the Rule of Law and protection for all citizens the President and his appointees.
”4. The President must be held accountable for the actions of his appointees and must be ready to sanction those that carry out any act which will ridicule or endanger our country and democracy.
”5. The Government should show sincerity in the fight against corruption not being selective, and also prosecute current appointees that have cases pending against them.
”6. The sanctity of the National Assembly should be protected and preserved the Federal Government of Nigeria not interfering in its business, but prosecute those who invaded the Senate to seize the mace.
”7a. National Assembly should liaise with International Communities through the IPU, APU, ECOWAS, CPA, Parliament, Pan African Parliament, EU, UN, US Congress and UK Parliament to secure our democracy.
”b. Democratic elections must be competitive and inclusive removing the present reign of fear and intimidation, particularly as we approach the 2019 elections.
”8. The National Assembly will work closely with Civil Society Organisations, Trade Unions and NGOs to further deepen and protect our democracy.
”9. The President must take immediate steps to contain the growing level of unemployment and poverty in Nigeria, especially now that we have advantage of the oil price having risen to 80 dollars per barrel.
”10. Both chambers of the National Assembly herepass a vote-of-confidence in the Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the entire leadership of the National Assembly.
”11a. We reaffirm our earlier resolution of vote-of-no-confidence on the Inspector-General of Police, who does nothing other than preside over the killing of innocent Nigerians and consistent framing up of perceived political opponents of the President.
“b.The Inspector-General of Police has outright disregard for constitutional authority, both executive and legislative.
”12. Finally, the National Assembly will not hesitate to invoke its Constitutional powers if nothing is done to address the above resolutions passed today (Tuesday).”