MISSING AMRS MONEY: RT. HON BEDE EKE ADOPTS MOTION TO INVITE CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF TO APPEAR FOR CLARIFICATION

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HON BEDE EKE - House of Reps Member Representing Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala Federal Constituency.
HON BEDE EKE - House of Reps Member Representing Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala Federal Constituency.
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NIGERIANS have commended the swift call by the house of representatives following its adoption of a motion by Representative Rt. Honourable Bede Eke (PDP-Imo) at a public hearing in Abuja that the chief of army staff, Lt. Gen.Attahiru Ibrahim will appear before the House of Representatives ad hoc Committee on purchase of arms and ammunition to clear the doubts.

This was the adoption made on Friday where the house seriously debated on this act and insisted that the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt.-Gen. Attahiru Ibrahim must appear in person to clarify issues on purchase of arms by Nigerian Army.

The Army chief has however sent a team of officers led by Maj.Gen. Charles Ofoche to represent him at the event.

In the session, Rep. Ifeanyi Mouma (APGA-Anambra) while raising a point of order at the hearing said that a written invitation was sent to COAS by the committee to appear in person.

chief of army staff, Lt. Gen.Attahiru Ibrahim
Chief of army staff, Lt. Gen.Attahiru Ibrahim

He however added that “For me as a member of this committee which is suppose to actually lay ground facts for the people of Nigeria on the objective that this committee was set up”

“I do not think the representative of the Chief Army Staff can be held culpable or liable for the remarks made here because it is assumed that any remarks made here is made by the Chief of Army Staff.

“So if he is not the one making the remarks, it makes it very easy for him to actually engage in culpable deniability since he is not the one making the remarks,” he said.

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Ofoche had tendered the apology of COAS for his inability to appear in person.

He explained that the COAS has been on tour of formations in the country to get first hand information on the state of troops.

“He was in Ibadan and Enugu yesterday all for the same security needs; the country is embroiled in a lot of crisis so he is moving around,” he said.

This matter seems like a good idea to get tangible facts about the purchase of Arms by the NIGERIA Army and a call to stop illegal use of arms in the country.

9News Nigeria (Owerri)
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