The House of Representatives has denied reports that it apologized to President Muhamadu Buhari over the saga that followed his recent invitation to the National Assembly.
It would be recalled that the House recently invited the President following a motion moved by some lawmakers from Borno.
However, the President declined to honour the invitation after he had initially agreed to do so.
The development led to the call by some members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) calling for the impeachment of the President.
In a statement by the Spokesperson of the House, Ben Kalu, he debunked media reports that the House apologized to the President over the invitation.
“It has come to the knowledge of the House that few sections of the media reported that the House apologized to the Presidency over the resolution of the House which arose from the motion sponsored by members from Borno State, requesting for the invitation of the President to brief the nation on the state of insecurity in the country.