House of Reps set up committee to investigate Aso Rock clinic

House of Reps set up committee to investigate Aso Rock clinic

- The National Assembly has resolved to investigate the allegation of incompetence leveled against the Aso Rock clinic

- The House commended the wife of the president, Aisha Buhari, for bringing the alleged incompetence to the lawmakers' hearing

- An adhoc committee has been set up to investigate the allegations

The House of Representatives has set up an adhoc committee to investigate allegations of malpractices and incompetence leveled against the Aso Rock clinic by the wife of the Nigerian president, Aisha Buhari.

Henry Archibong representing Itu/Ibiono Ibom federal constituency, on Thursday, October 12, moved a motion calling for an investigation into deplorable conditions at the State House clinic.

NAIJ.com gathered that the House commended Mrs Buhari for her exemplary show of patriotism and selflessness in bringing the allegations into its hearing.

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The House also agreed to set up an adhoc committee to investigate the deplorable condition of the State House clinic and the alleged deductions from the salaries and allowances of the medical staff and report back within three weeks for further legislative action.

The House resolved to set up a committee to investigate the corruption allegations against the clinic. Photo Credit: Twitter, House of Reps

The House resolved to set up a committee to investigate the corruption allegations against the clinic. Photo Credit: Twitter, House of Reps

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Recall that NAIJ.com previously reported that Mrs Buhari called for the probe of Aso Rock clinic over what she described as the inefficiency of the management of the clinic.

The first lady made this disclosure on Monday, October 9, while speaking at a stakeholders meeting on Reproductive, Maternal, Nutrition, Child Advocacy and Health and Nutrition, (RMNCAH+N) at the state House, Abuja.

The president's wife said she recently fell ill and was advised to travel to London for treatment, but she refused.

She said she called the clinic to find out about their X-ray machine but to her surprise, she was told that the machine was faulty.

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Source: Naija.ng

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