Youths Adopts Petition Against Rep. Abdulmumin Jibrin Over Contract Fraud

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Ikenga Ugochinyere, President National Youth Council Of Nigeria

The National Youth Council of Nigeria has adopted a petition written to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission urging the commission to investigate Rep. Abdulmumin Jibrin, member representing Kiru/Bebeji Federal Constituency of Kano State, and the Federal Commission for refugees, migrants and Internally Displaced Person over alleged multi million naira contract fraud amounting to over four hundred million naira.

The National Youth Council of Nigeria has adopted a petition written to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission urging the commission to investigate Abdulmumin Jibrin, member representing Kiru/Bebeji Federal Constituency of Kano State, and the Federal Commission for refugees, migrants and Internally Displaced Person over alleged multi million Naira contract fraud amounting to over four hundred million Naira.

The petition which was dated 26th July 2016 is alleging that in September 2014 , the federal commissioner of National Commission for Refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons awarded ten contracts in one day to five companies which were believed to belong to  Abdulmumin Jibrin.

According to the petition, the suspicious things  about the contract which amount to four hundred and eighteen million Naira were awarded to Kano state as beneficiary and that all the award letters were copied to Abdulmumin Jibrin as no other house of representative member from Kano, senator or governor of the state were copied.

Stating the reason for the petition, the president of National Youth Council of Nigeria , Ikenga Ugochinyere said,

“Because Jibrin has been at the fore front of asking that the appropriation process be sanitized, it is important we understand the role he has played in messing up the appropriation process since he came to the federal house  of representatives”

Efforts to get response from the Federal Commissioner of the commission and the former chairman, house committee on appropriation proved abortive.

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