Fashola finally bows, tenders unreserved apology to Reps

 Fashola finally bows, tenders unreserved apology to Reps
On Friday July 28, Babatunde Fashola, Minister of Works, Power and Housing  tendered an unreserved apology to members of the House of Representatives over his unsavoury comments on the 2017 budget.
  
The minister who appeared alongside his aides as early as 9.45am told the Rep Aliyu Madaki led adhoc committee that there was no time he deliberately disparaged the National Assembly as alleged.
Earlier, members of the committee frowned at his choice of words and alleged the manner the Motorways, a contractor was being handled by his ministry.
The investigative hearing is still on-going as at the time of filling this report. More details soon…

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