The ruling party alleged that the immediate past administration of President Goodluck Jonathan was responsible for condoning insurgency and banditry until it became full-blown.
The APC also accused the Peoples Democratic Party of being insensitive by leading other opposition members to rebel against the President over what should be a collective fight against terrorism.
Disgruntled senators had threatened to impeach the President over the worsening insecurity ravaging the country.
Shortly after they staged a walk-out during a plenary, the minority caucus, who are in the opposition, gave the president a six-week ultimatum to address the security crisis or face impeachment proceedings.
The threat came following reported cases of shootings and attacks on security operatives in different parts of the Federal Capital Territory forcing the authorities to shut schools to prevent students from being exposed to attacks.
The Presidency in a statement by the President’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, had described the action of the opposition senators as babyish, advising them to put their time to a better use