Jubril Accuses Leo Ogor of Running Ring of Corrupt Cabal in House of Reps
LAGOS AUGUST 30TH (URHOBOTODAY)-Former Chairman of House of Representatives Appropriation Committee, Abdulmumin Jibrin on Monday disclosed has accused the Minority Leader, Leo Ogor of running a ring of corrupt cabal in the Lower Chamber.
His attack on Ogor was as a result of the Miniority Leader request that psychiatric tests should be conducted former Chairman, Committee on Appropriation, Mr. Abdulmumin Jibrin, to ascertain whether he was not facing health challenges.
?In response Jibrin said Ogor is an epitome of corruption in the House of Representatives adding the Minority Leader is the one that should visit the hospital and get his big belly filled up with fraud and bribes deflated ?.
He said Ogor specialized in hijacking committees and investigative hearing for fraudulent purposes and he normally threaten with violence and treats his colleagues like school boys.
Jibrin in his tweets said,”Minority Leader, Leo Ogor a known bully who has had 13 wasteful years in the House,he cannot believe someone is finally standing up against them!
“Ogor, epitomized corruption! is the one not me that should visit the hospital and get his big belly filled up with fraud and bribes deflated.
“Ogor, runs a ring of corrupt cabal in the House who specializes in hijacking committees and investigative hearing for fraudulent purposes
Ogor threatens with violence and treats his colleagues like school boys and has remained a curse and part of the dark history of the House.
?”Rather than Ogor to simply tell Nigerians what he has received if he disputes my figures, he has resorted to personal attacks on my person
Leo Ogar is a master of corruption&will never forgive me for the selfless&onerous role I played at ensuring he did not emerged Deputy Speaker!”
It could be recalled that Jibrin, an All Progressives Congress lawmaker from Kano State, had on Friday last week, alleged that the 10 principal officers of the House had “embezzled” over N10bn allocated as “running costs” between 2003 and this year.