Speaker of house of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has informed the nation leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, to watch his language after Tinubu accused the National Assembly of budget padding.
Tinubu had on Sunday accused Dogara and the Senate President Bukola Saraki of spearheading the budget padding on the grounds that 2015.
Saraki had on Monday asked Tinubu to show proof of his allegation.
However, in a statement on Tuesday by his spokesman, Turaki Hassan, Dogara described Tinubu as being “ignorant of the budgetary process.”
The statement further said: “Only the ignorant with dubious academic certificates will say the maker of a document has padded the document that only he can constitutionally make.
“Finally, we advise Asiwaju Tinubu to be circumspect in his use of language.
“In this case, he spoke as a spokesperson of depravity. Our reaction must therefore be seen as a provoked counter-punch.
“Any one can descend into the gutter if he so wishes; but no one has a monopoly of gutter language.
“We won’t run an adult day care centre anymore on matters like this.”