According to him, “we will approach the court to interpret the law. The 2018 law signed by the former President Muhammadu Buhari makes it mandatory that 5 per cent of the appointments be allocated to persons with disabilities. So that is why we felt we don’t have any representative in all the political appointments made so far.

    “So that is why we planned to approach the court to help us interpret the law made by the former President.

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    We are therefore not in support of the swearing-in ceremony of the ministers.
    “Some persons might want to say that but there was a commission created to cater for persons with disability. That doesn’t affect the 5 per cent allocation of political appointment for the persons as contained in the law,” Suleiman however stated.

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    “Some people would wish to argue that, but a commission was established to serve the needs of people with disabilities. That, however, has no bearing on the law’s provision for a 5% political appointment allocation for each person, according to Suleiman.

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