Alleged Diversion of FG Water Project by Mr. Speaker – Abdulmumin Jibrin

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The former chairman of the House of Rep committee on
Appropriation, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has released a new statement indicting the speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara. According to
Jibrin, Dogara fraudulently diverted  a Federal government water project
to his farm in Nasarawa state. His statement:

Good morning fellow Nigerians, Everyday I will give
additional allegation against Mr Speaker and the 3 others until the law
catches up with them. Allegation no21 to MrSpeaker: why did you
fraudulently divert a Fed Govt water project to your farm in Nasarawa
and how are you funding the farm?

 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
shall take it up and lay before the general public even if I am alone
The idea is to do a clean up, flush out corruption and corrupt members
so that in 2019 only corrupt free people who want to serve will come in
God Almighty knows I am not perfect but as I approach 40 years in
September, I have always wondered what is it that I can live and die
On one hand, I settled for aggressive rural agriculture with emphasis on
migrating our farmers from subsistence to commercial farming but I woke
up mid night yesterday to pray and SUDDENLY realized I have become AN
ACCIDENTAL ACTIVIST. This is noble and there is NO GOING BACK!
I am a product of the establishment but something in me has never been
comfortable. Iam so glad that by September 9th my 40th birthday
everybody would have known where I stand for the rest of my life; rural
agriculture and fight against corruption especially in the NASS.


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