Sacked House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation Chairman Abdulmumin Jibrin (APC, Kano) has vowed not to appear before Committee on Ethics and Privileges mandated to investigate him for bringing the House into disrepute with his utterances.
But Timothy Golu (PDP, Plateau) said (Jibrin) must be sanctioned. He, however, added that members were ready to forgive Jibrin if he apologises to the House and Nigerians.
Jibrin said he was willing to appear before the Committee only if its proceedings would be public and witnessed by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), among others.
Jibrin, in a statement yesterday said what happened on the floor was a script written by the Speaker.
He urged his colleagues to live above blackmail and deal urgently and decisively with the allegations of individual corruption.
He said he watched events on the floor carefully and observed that “rather than open up the…
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