Dogara Diverted FG Project to His Farm in Nasarawa – Jibrin
Former chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Abdulmumin Jibrin has vowed that he will on a daily basis dish out allegations against the Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, until the latter is removed from office.
It would be recalled that Jibrin started slamming allegations of corruption against Dogara and three other principal officers of the lower chamber when he was removed as the Chairman of the juicy committee last week.
On Wednesday, Dogara gave seven days ultimatum to Jibrin for him to apologise and retract the allegations or face a lawsuit, but the Kano legislator vowed not apologise to Dogara, but keep “exposing” him.
For today (Thursday), Jibrin accused the Speaker of diverting a federal government project to his farm in Nasarawa.
“Good morning fellow Nigerians. Every day, I will give additional allegation against Mr Speaker and the three others until the law catches up with them.”
“Allegation No 21 to Mr Speaker: Why did you fraudulently divert a federal government water project to your farm in Nasarawa and how are you funding the farm?”
“I will not and will never apologize to a shameless fraud in high office who has glaringly abused public trust like speaker Dogara&3 others”
“When a new Speaker emerges and the other principal officers replaced, I will write to the presiding officers of both chambers to commence a radical internal reform in the entire NASS beyond budget to cover performance assessment, running cost and allowances,investigations etc”
“If the reform so done on nass is not made public latest by December, I will shall take it up&lay before the general public even if Iam alone”
“The idea is to do a clean up,flush out corruption&corrupt members so that in 2019 only corrupt free ppl who want to serve will come in,” he wrote on Twitter.
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