REPS CLEAR THEIR MEMBERS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ALLEGATIONS

The House of Representatives has cleared three members accused of sexual misconduct in the United States.

The three members are Mr. Mohammed Garba-Gololo (Bauchi State); Mr. Terse Gbillah (Benue State), and Mr. Samuel Ikon (Cross River State).

The US had in June cancelled the visas of all three members after accusing them of sexual misconduct while they were attending a leadership programme in Cleveland, Ohio.

The House had started a probe into the accusations after receiving a formal complaint from the US Ambassador to Nigeria.

All three members, however, dismissed the allegations, saying they were baseless and untrue.

Details later…

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