ICPC summons Ogun Speaker, clerk, others


From Moshood Adebayo, Abeokuta

The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) has summoned the Speaker of the Ogun State House of Assembly, Suraj Adekunbi over alleged cars scam. The speaker and other principal officers of the Assembly were invited over an alleged cars contract inflation of 28 Toyota Avensis .

It was reliably gathered yesterday that Adekunbi and other invited members of the House had received their letters of invitation from the ICPC and would be in Abuja today for interrogation and defence of the allegations raised in the petition. Adekunbi and others were summoned to appear before the anti-graft agency tomorrow over the cars bought for the 26 members of the Assembly and two principal officers at the rate of N6 million each.

Others invited were the Clerk of the House, Mr. Muyiwa Adenopo, the deputy clerk and some other principal officers of the Assembly. The invitation, according to Daily Sun’s investigations was based on a petition written by a concerned citizen of the state against the leadership of the House.

According to the petition, the speaker was alleged to have had unfair advantage as well as inflated the cars bought for the lawmakers and others. The Resident Media Consultant of the ICPC, Mr. Folu Olamiti, confirmed the incident to journalists in Abeokuta yesterday, saying the invitation was necessary to assist the agency in its investigations.

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  1. Corruption have come to stay in nigeria.does this sound strange to anybody?No because others before them did the same & nothing was done.they will jamboree to abuja & come back unscattered.this is naija for u.

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  3. Alhaji Dan-azumi Gana on

    Corruption MUST be wiped out in this country weither we like it or not. A day shall come when capital punishment would be introduced in this country. DEATH penalties is the only option any government official that enbessle public fund.

  4. Cars of #6million each, wen d poor sitizes ‘re diein of hunger,asidents due 2bad roods, insecurity &larck of proper medical care due 2larck of suficient equipments &medicines in our hospitals. God is watchin!

  5. The same car inflation that finished Demeji Lawal from the same Ogun state.It looks as if fraud has become a cultural heritage amongst the public officers from this state.The other day over 2000 teachers were fired for using fake qualifications to teach in public schools.

  6. No matter how old corrupt practices have lingered in this nation, it must be condemned to the core. ICPC is doing a good job, keep it up.

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