Entwistle to release sex video evidence against Nigerian legislators

Entwistle to release sex video evidence against Nigerian legislators


On Thursday, the U.S. ambassador to Nigeria James Entwistle is expected to present video evidence against three members of the House of Representatives for sex misbehaviour.

Report says, Entwistle in a petition to the speaker of the House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara ‘alleged that the actions of the three lawmakers at the International Visitor Leadership Programme in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, from April 7 to 13, 2016, brought disrepute to the parliament.’

According to the allegations, the legislators solicited for sex from prostitutes and grabbed hotel housekeeper in a bid to rape.

A committee led by Honourable Ossai Nicholas Ossai would probe the accused legislators in an open hearing.

Based on reports, the committee had beem unable to sit because some of the members had gone on pilgrimage to Mecca during Ramadan.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyema, the Committee for the Defence of Human Rights and seven other legislators that attended the leadership programme are expected to be at the hearing.

The chairman of the committee Ossai explained in conversation with journalists that ‘the committee decided not to invite the management of the hotel where the misconduct took place because it believed the ambassador would come with all necessary video evidence on the act.’

The accused legislators include Mohammed Garba Gololo (APC, Bauchi), Samuel Ikon (PDP, Akwa Ibom) and Mark Gbillah (APC, Benue).

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  1. I think it’s high time they are taught a lesson they will never forget in their life.

    Pls release the video let the world see.

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