- Former president Goodluck Jonathan has been summoned by the House of Representatives
- Jonathan is being summoned by the house to explain his alleged role in the controversial award of OPL 245 oil block licence
Report just reaching NAIJ.com indicates that a committee of the House of Representatives has summoned former President Goodluck Jonathan.
According to The Punch, Jonathan was invited by the green chamber to testify in the ongoing investigations into the Malabu Oil deal.
NAIJ.com recalls that the House of Representatives had said it was preparing to summon Jonathan, to explain his role in the controversial award of OPL 245 oil block licence, which is famously known as the Malabu scandal.
The House ad hoc committee tasked with investigating the alleged malpractices which occurred during the transaction on Wednesday, June 14, met to determine the process it will take to invite the former president to come and shed light on his alleged role in the deal.
A member speaking under the condition of anonymity on Tuesday, June 13, had said: “The committee is going to discuss the modalities for his invitation just like the chairman of the committee said recently.”
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