#Faroukotedola, $3 million, Farouk Hides Money In cap, Audio transcipt,
We will expose corruption
I have been closely following the media reports on the #Lawanotedola Story and I must say I really haven't decided to blog on this until all procedures are carried out and duly verified. But I have some questions to ask:
1. How does a lawmaker facing ALLEGATIONS FOR CORRUPTION still retain a seat as a Honorable member in Nigeria's parliament. For a said involvement in the scandal, he should be forced to resign and face charges. The law might say He is innocent until proven guilty, but with such mounting evidences at least, a resignation is not a condemnation.
2. Why does a Chairman, House of Representatives Ad hoc Committee on Fuel Subsidy have a meeting other than an official or Committee requested meeting with one of the very culprits whom you are investigating and also against who your committee report does not favor. Every meeting would and is supposed to be within the borders or confines of the said Committee, including all conversations and interrogations.
Well, I am still awaiting the conclusion of this interesting saga. Whether Nigeria accpts or not, this is a big shame for a country of our magnitude. Only in Nigeria do corrupt officials seek to fight corruption. Trust me, this whole thing will end the Nigerian way. As for Mike Ozekhome and Farouk, you both must really think Nigerians are very dumb. It's obvious Farouk is really smart. *smh*
Civilians beware, the military is watching your failures. #justsaying.