Sex scandal in the House of Representatives: what Doraga has to say about it?

What is the latest news on sex scandal in Nigeria? Find out what Doraga said.

sex scandal in Nigeria

This story has made a lot of buzz in the media. It involves 3 lawmakers from Nigerian House of Representatives and USA ambassador in Nigeria.

What is this sex scandal in Nigeria is all about?

Three men, here are their names - Hon. Samuel Ikon (Akwa Ibom, PDP), Hon. Mohammed Garba Gololo (Bauchi, APC) and Hon. Mark Gbillah (Benue, APC), showed unacceptable behavior. Seemingly they made an attempt to rape a hotel housekeeper and requested for the prostitutes to be sent to their rooms.

What is this sex scandal

All this happened in the USA, in Ohio. These particular men were invited over to the USA to take part in the International Visitor Leadership Program. As we all know, Americans do not tolerate sexual impurity in their politicians. They had many sex scandals of their own.

 scandal in Nigeria is all about?
Here is what they say about the event, which took place in April 2016: “Mohammed Garba allegedly grabbed a housekeeper in his hotel room and solicited sex from her. Two others [Mark Gbillah and Samuel Ikon], allegedly requested hotel parking attendants assist them to solicit prostitutes.”

What is this scandal in Nigeria

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Since that time investigation has been carried out both in the USA and in Nigeria. All three men deny doing any of such things.

What did Doraga say about this sex scandal?

The Speaker asked for the committees which investigate this case, to keep on the work on it and be as diligent and honest as possible. Dorage also promised to make the report session of the House on this case to make public and hide no details. He also urged all parties concerned, who have some kind of evidence on the case to take them to the Committee.
Hopefully, this shameful sex scandal soon would be resolved and Nigerian reputation restored.  

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