The EFCC on Tuesday examined suspended former Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations, Abdulmumin Jibrin, for five hours at its Abuja head office.
Jibrin, a self-acclaimed whistle-blower, arrived at the office of the EFCC around 10am where he remained until 3pm after which he was asked to leave, Punch reports.
Sources within the EFCC said Jibrin was asked to explain in details the budget process and how some lawmakers allegedly implemented constituency projects through some companies that they owned.
An official of the EFCC said, “Jibrin came on Tuesday as requested. He was with us from 10am till 3pm.
“He explained the process of budgeting and how the questionable insertions were put into the budget.
“A lot of those accused actually have a lot of explaining to do. We will invite all the accused persons separately.”
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