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Jimoh Ibrahim Asks Senate, Police to Charge Ningi for Alleged Misinformation

JIMOH IBRAHIM

Member of the Appropriation Committee in the Senate, Jimoh Ibrahim, has called for Bauchi Senator, Abdul Ningi, to be charged to court for criminal misinformation and breach of peace in the National Assembly and the country by extension.

This is coming after Senator Ningi made a U-turn regarding some claims he made regarding the 2024 Appropriation Act.

He had accused President Bola Tinubu of implementing two budgets and being biased against the North.

Reacting to this, Ibrahim, who represents Ondo South Senatorial District, stated that it is not true that the country has two Appropriation Acts.

He said; “As a matter of urgency, charge Senator Ningi for criminal misinformation, and conduct likely to breach the peace of the country.

“If the Senate will not do that within the next seven days, I will write a letter to the Inspector General of Police to investigate the circumstance leading to the approval of two 2024 Appropriation Acts and bring the culprits to book.

“It is not true that we have two Appropriations. Senator Ningi must be charged to court for conduct likely to cause breach of peace and criminal misinformation.”

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