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Padding scandal: Abdulmumin Jibrin to appear before Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption

Embattled former chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has been invited to make a presentation before the Presidential Advisory Committee Against corruption , on the allegations of budget padding he has leveled against the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara and twelve other legislators. Jibrin disclosed this in a statement he released on his Facebook wall.
In another victory for our journey to ensure that justice is served on Speaker Dogara, Lasun, Doguwa, Ogor and 9 other members, I have received official invitation from Prof Itse Sagay SAN, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption to make a comprehensive presentation to the Committee on the allegations I raised against Mr Speaker and others and discuss strategies on how to achieve results. The letter was signed by Executive Secretary of the Committee Prof Bolaji Owasanoye.
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