Femi Gbajabiamila revealed this during a recent house plenary today in Abuja.
According to him, he has never once collected contracts from the NDDC and he can also speak for several other members of the senate.
He added that Akpabio is definitely playing games, but he owes it to himself, the committee, Niger delta, and the people of Nigeria to publish details of those who have been given contracts.
His words, “I’ve never once collected contracts from the NDDC and I know I can speak for many other members,”
“Akpabio came to play games, but we do not play games here.
“I hereby call on the minister to within 24-48 hours, publish the names, contracts, dates and unveil the companies of the 60 percent projects that were given to the national assembly,”
“The minister owes it to himself, the committee, Niger delta and the people of Nigeria to publish details of those who have been given contracts.”
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Olufemi Hakeem Gbajabiamila (born 25 June 1962), is a Nigerian lawyer, All Progressives Congress Leader, and Speaker of Nigeria’s 9th House of Representatives.
Olufemi “Femi” Hakeem Gbajabiamila was born on 25 June 1962 to Mr. Lateef Gbajabiamila and Mrs. Olufunke Gbajabiamila in Lagos, Nigeria. He attended Mainland Preparatory School for elementary education and Igbobi College in 1973 for secondary education. Subsequently he enrolled at King William’s College on the Isle of Man, United Kingdom for his A-Level. He was accepted into the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He graduated from Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) with honors in 1983 and was called to the Nigerian bar in 1984.
He first worked for the law firm, Bentley Edu & Co., in Lagos, and then established his own law firm, Femi Gbaja & Co. He then earned his Juris Doctor from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in Georgia, USA, passed the Georgian bar exam in 2001, and set up a law firm in Atlanta. While in the USA, he actively participated in the election of Bill Campbell who later went on to become Mayor of Atlanta.
He was elected speaker in the 9th National Assemly, House of Representative, with 283 vote, while his opponent Mohammed Umar Bago, came Second with 78 votes.
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