The House of Representatives on Tuesday cleared three of its colleagues accused of sexual misconduct in the United States.
The lawmakers were accused by then U.S. Ambassador, James Entwistle of engaging in sexual misconduct while they were attending a leadership programme in Cleveland, Ohio.
However, the three lawmakers, Mr. Mohammed Garba-Gololo (Bauchi State); Mr. Terse Gbillah (Benue State), and Mr. Samuel Ikon (Cross River State) denied the allegations.
The House began a probe into the matter in July, but it was postponed due to the failure of the US Ambassador at the time, James Entwistle to appear before the house.