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Sacked House of Reps committee chairman on Appropriation, Jibrin, to meet ICPC, EFCC, Police and DSS officials today



Sacked chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation, Abdulmumin Jibrin, will today meet with security and anti-corruption agencies to personally provide insight on his petition against Speaker Yakubu Dogara and three other principal officers of the House.

According to a statement he shared on his Facebook wall this morning, himself and his lawyers will be at ICPC by 10am, DSS 12noon, EFCC 2pm and Police HQ 4pm. In the post, he wrote;




"The law will surely catch up with the corrupt Speaker Dogara and others"
He added that he has included one name to his petition, Hon Abonta Abonta, the House of Representatives member who spoke after him on channels TV yesterday and denied corruption exists in the House. According to him, he has asked the anti graft agencies to investigate Abonta's office running cost and that Nigerians should wait for the shocking out-come.

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