faruk lawanClerk to the then House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on Fuel Subsidy, ‎Boniface Emenalo, ‎yesterday told a Federal Capital Territory High Court, Lugbe, how he collected $100,000 from billionaire businessman, Mr. Femi Otedola in 2012, as part of the alleged $3million bribe promised to the then chairman of the committee, Farouk Lawan.
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC is prosecuting Lawan for allegedly “corruptly” collecting $500,000 out of the $3million bribe he requested from Otedola in exchange for the removal of the name of the businessman’s company from the list of firms indicted by the House committee for abusing the fuel subsidy regime in 2012.
‎Emenalo, testifying as the first prosecution witness before Justice Angela Otakula, yesterday, said he collected the sum of $100,000 from the businessman in $100 bills.


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  • vic

    we can now see how these politicians are prepared to lay their lives for these lucrative committee positions in the two houses of thieves.