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The House of the Representatives on Thursday, 20th December 2018, considered the Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Finance to Investigate the Legality and Modus Operandi of the Special Presidential Panel and subsequently recommended that:   - the Presi...

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Okoi Obono-Obla: Alleged Forgery and Abuse of Office

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Date: 05/05/2019
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The House of the Representatives on Thursday, 20th December 2018, considered the Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Finance to Investigate the Legality and Modus Operandi of the Special Presidential Panel and subsequently recommended that:

 

- the President should be urged to dissolve the panel in view of the arbitrary use of powers and abuse of Office by the Chairman;

 

- the Code of Conduct Bureau should be utilized to perform the gap that the panel seeks to fill in the current anti-corruption drive;

 

- the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria should discharge Chief Okoi Obono-Obia of his responsibility as Special Adviser and Chairman of the Special Presidential Investigation Panel (SPIP); the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) should investigate the allegations of corruption contained in the Audit Report of the Auditor-General of the Federation on the financial transactions of the Panel and prosecute the Culprits;

 

- the Law Degree of Chief Okoi Obono-Obia, having been obtained fraudulently, be withdrawn by University of Jos;

 

- The Council of Legal Education should withdraw the Law School Certificate awarded Ofem Okoi Ofem (now known as Chief Okoi Obono-Obia) as it was based on the degree which he obtained from University of Jos through fraud;

 

- The Body of Benchers should withdraw the Call to Bar Certificate issued to Chief Okoi Obono-Obia; The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) should prosecute Chief Okoi Obono-Obia before the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee; and Chief Okoi Obono-Obia should be prosecuted by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and charged to Court for forgery and misrepresentation.

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