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Jibrin Dares Dogara: I Meant What I Said

He has also vowed never to apologise to Speaker Yakubu Dogara over allegations that the speaker and others padded the 2016 budget. Jibrin’s statement to late Wednesday, July 27, comes in a series of tweets in which he said: “I will not and will never apologize to a shameless fraud in high office who has glaringly abused public trust like speaker Dogara and three others.”

The lawmaker replied to Dogara’s threat which the speaker made earlier on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 giving Jibrin a seven-day ultimatum to tender an unreserved apology to him to retract all allegations made against him or face legal action.

The Kano lawmaker representing Kiru/Bebeji federal constituency in the National assembly described the legal action threats by Dogara as “quite predicable.” Jibrin wrote through his verified twitter account: “@AbdulAbmJ‪ I know he will rush to court in order to invoke the house rules that matter in court cannot be heard on the floor.”

Jibrin, an All Progressives Congress(APC) lawmaker who accused Dogara and three others of allocating projects worth N40 billion to themselves in the 2016 budget continued: “I have responded to their allegations rather than respond to mine, he is rushing to court. I stand by my allegations and will not withdraw them. “He failed to realize that the law is not intended to protect corrupt people.

It is such a shame.” Jibrin, who seemed unperturbed, also announced that his lawyer’s have approached the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) as well as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). “I am happy to announce that my lawyers have officially approached the EFCC and the ICPC towards working out a date for me to personally submit my petition against Speaker Yakubu Dogara, deputy speaker, Yusuf Lasun, whip, Alhassan Doguwa and minority leader, Leo Ogor.

“I believe once a date is agreed with the anti- corruption agencies, we would have begun the process of making these characters pay for abusing their office,” he said. Jibrin, had demanded the immediate resignation of Dogara and the three other principal officers for allocating the sum to themselves out of N100 billion earmarked for constituency projects of all lawmakers.