Mr. Speaker, it is nice to have His Excellency the President with us today and to receive the Message on the State of the Nation. Mr. Speaker, the practice however has been reviewed with what is being proposed today. Mr. Speaker, we would have preferred that His Excellency the President was properly seen off before we adjourned the House. Mr. Speaker, together we are going to have, in my respectful view, a disorderly adjournment.
But it is not part of me to oppose the adjournment. I believe that we will try as much as possible to conduct ourselves in such a way that His Excellency will see a befitting send-off from this House, together with His Excellency the Vice President and His Lordship the Chief Justice and all the dignitaries gathered
Mr. Speaker, I believe that His Excellency received - [Interruptions] - Mr. Speaker, my hon. Colleagues are yet to improve on the culture of tolerance. We do not often get this opportunity with the President and I hope that the way the House conducted itself when he was delivering his Address is the same that should be extended to other Colleagues in the House just like how we allowed the Majority leader to move the motion. So Mr. Speaker, without holding His Excellency the President now in the House, I beg to second the motion.