An unrelenting Abdulmumin Jibrin, former chairman of the House of Representatives committee on appropriation, has revealed again that embattled Speaker Yakubu Dogara tried to break into his office in order to take away documents that could indict the House leadership.
Jibrin made the revelation amid previous allegations of budget padding against Dogara and other principal members of the House who have come out to deny it.
He also made more revelations in a series of tweets on Friday, July 29, 2016.
The lawmaker had alleged that the speaker and others he named reportedly padded the budget with N40 billion while Dogara allegedly diverted a federal government project.
In the fresh allegation, Jibrin said the speaker did not know that he had taken all necessary documents backing his allegations away from his office.
"There has also been an attempt to break into my office at the House.
"I know he wants to tamper with documents critical to his and the three others' future investigation and prosecution but unfortunately for him we already have enough evidence in our possession.
"The security and anti corruption agencies should kindly take note.
"Speaker Dogara has ordered that all the computers in the appropriation secretariat be shut down and moved to his office as if that is the answer to the allegations I raised.
"The secretariat staff are being harassed to keep quiet and suppress facts," he alleged.
Read the other allegations he made through tweets: