Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua will write to the Senate soon in response to its resolution and court rulings on his failure to hand over to his deputy during a two-month absence, an aide said on Thursday.
"The resolutions of the Senate and the various court rulings have been transmitted to the president. He is a man who respects the rule of law," presidential adviser on national assembly matters, Abba Aji, told reporters in Abuja.
"He will transmit a letter to the Senate after weighing both the Senate resolutions and the court rulings wisely. He will then do what is in his view the best for the nation."
ReutersGüncelleme Tarihi: 04 Şubat 2010, 18:49