Information reaching 247ureports.com indicates that the lower chamber of the national assembly will convene an emergency session tomorrow over the alleged Oil Subsidy Bribery scandal levied against the adhoc house committee chairman investigating the oil subsidy overpayments by the Ministry of Petroluem and the Presidency.
As gathered the emergency meeting will start at 10am – and the House will use the opportunity to clear its stance on the alleged bribery scandal brought about by the oil mogul Femi Otedola. Otedola had alleged that Hon Farouk Lawan demanded a $3million bribe in exchange to adsorb his company from all wrong doing. Hon. Farouk Lawan had since denied the allegation.
247ureports.com is aware that the members of the House of Representatives had been holed up in a closed door meeting yesterday night. The meeting lasted till after 12midnight. The outcome of the meeting is unknown but Hon. Farouk Lawan was part of the meeting.