According to him, the governors had blocked him from meeting with President Buhari to tell him his own side of the story, just as Dogara did last week.
Jibrin said he was shocked that Dogara, who initially denied that the budget was padded, later turned around to say “padding is not an offence.”
He added, “Let me make further revelations here. In addition to the allegations I already made, the anti-corruption agencies should ask Speaker Dogara why he collects N25m every month. They should also ask him to provide a proof of how he is funding his farm in Nasarawa State, which was just a few hectares six months ago and now miraculously expands to about 100 hectares with new buildings and state-of-the-art equipment worth millions of naira, as well as the mansion he has suddenly built in Wuse II within six months.”
Jibrin further sought the intervention of former Heads of State and the diplomatic community to compel Dogara to reconvene the House immediately.