At a plenary session on Tuesday, the legislatures asked the state government to sack Salihi within 48 hours.
Justifying the recommendation of the house, the Speaker, Hamisu Chidari, said the conduct of the Chairman disheartened them to take such a decision.
The House also accused the KIRS Boss of conspiring with the executive arm without its knowledge to reduce tenement rates of the IPMAN from N250 to N100, which the house described as a total violation of the constitution.
The Speaker said the house has set up an eighth-men Committee to probe the agency under Salihi. He listed the decline in revenue generation among the issues that will be probed.
The Revenue Chairman, who was visibly disturbed, could not provide enough reasons on why he bypassed the House on issues of revenue collections in the state and on the reduction of Ground Tenement Rates.
The eight-men committee, to be headed by the House Finance Chairman, Magaji Dahiru Zarewa, is due to submit its report within a month.