Ambode: CSO Threatens Legislators, Demands Probe Of N28.8 Billion Running Cost


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A civil rights employer, Legislative Probity and Accountability (LPA), Tuesday issued the Lagos House of Assembly five days closing date to account for the N28.Eight billion strolling price collected under the leadership of Mudashiru Obasa.

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The enterprise stated if the House of Assembly failed, it’d mobilise Nigerians and other innovative forces and use all legal devices to compel them to account.

The LPA threw the undertaking in a assertion signed by using its Chairman, Olu Fajana, ein Abuja on Tuesday.

The employer related the planned impeachment of governor Akinwunmi Ambode on the desperation of his adversaries to hang on him accusations that he were investment the campaign of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Jimi Agbaje.

Fajana said, “As a legislative Probity and Accountability non-governmental company, we’re demanding that the Lagos House of Assembly must in the next five days account for the way the N28.8 billion thus far gathered as strolling cost by means of the Obasa-led House has been expended. If they fail, we shall mobilise Nigerians of likeminds and legally compel the Assembly to do the requisite.”

According to him, the adversaries had additionally didn’t find any evidence that Ambode sponsored thugs that disrupted the All Progressives Congress governorship marketing campaign flag-off in Ikeja some weeks ago.

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