- Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in the news for the wrong reason
- This time, he is being investigated over a holiday trip he took some time in 2019
- Parliamentary standards watchdog says it is looking into a possible breach of MPs’ code of conduct
When Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, went for their 2019 Christmas holiday, little did they know that this will generate controversy in months to come.
Following this holiday, the parliamentary standards commission, says it is investigating the prime minister. This comes amid claims he may have broken the rules on declaring a luxury holiday to the Caribbean, The Guardian reports.
In layman's terms, the prime minister is under investigation over who paid for his Caribbean holiday.
This was disclosed by the parliamentary standards commissioner, Kathryn Stone, Bloomberg added.
Meanwhile, swift reactions have met the latest development on social media.
Commenting on the issue, @good4tune, wrote on Twitter:
"Should that headline be “watchdog finally gets round to investigating complaints made over a year ago. Ineffectual wrist-slapping expected in 2022?"
@jebernstone also wrote:
"I do hope that media are not going to focus on that holiday. All we expect is an update on coronavirus and where we go from here not timewasting questions."
"People don’t care. He could walk into the Bank of England and steal a gold bar and they wouldn’t care. If Putin came to London himself and handed him a sack of money with “SWAG” on the side of it live on TV they wouldn’t care. At this point he’s invincible."
Recall Legit.ng had reported that Boris Johnson met with church and community leaders, including Sola Fola-Alade, a UK-based Nigerian pastor, to discuss COVID-19 vaccination.
Fola-Alade is a highly respected pastor, author, publisher, coach, influencer, and life transformer. The UK prime minister published a clip of the meeting, which held at The Tab church in London, Lewisham, on his official Twitter handle on Saturday, February 27.
Speaking at the meeting with the prime minister, Fola-Alade, who is the lead pastor at Liberty Church, London, said as a medical doctor, he understands people’s fears concerning the quick development of the vaccines.
In another report, former Kogi West senator, Dino Melaye reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical trip to the United Kingdom.
In a tweet on Tuesday, March 30, the former lawmaker asked when the UK prime minister Boris Johnson would be coming to Nigeria for medical treatment.
"Buhari is going to UK for medical treatment, when is the UK prime minister Boris Johnson coming to Nigeria for medical treatment? SDM."