The House of Representatives ad hoc committee investigating the award of OPL 245, will reportedly meet today, Wednesday, to discuss the modalities for inviting former President Goodluck Jonathan.
Jonathan has been indicted in his role in the Malabu scandal, according to the report of the committee.
A member of the committee, headed by Hon. Rasak Atunwa, who spoke under anonymity yesterday said: “The committee is going to discuss the modalities for his invitation just like the chairman of the committee said recently.
“The issue is that the former President was the commander-in-Chief when the monumental fraud was committed and the country lost such a huge amount of revenue.
“The committee is going to ask the President to tell us what he knows about the Malabu deal and educate us on how he could claim ignorance of what ministers he appointed were doing on his behalf, particular, when they claimed he gave the approval for such.”