The chairman of the House of Representatives ad-hoc committee investigating management of petroleum subsidy, Farouk Lawan yesterday said that the remaining aspect of the report will be ready when the House reconvenes from its 10-day break.
Speaking at a press briefing at the National Assembly, Farouk assured Nigerians that all the 17 companies that earlier failed to appear have done so to explain their role in the scheme.
“All the 17 agencies have appeared before us along with other related agencies in the sector like the NPA” he said, adding “we are in the stage of analysing the information before us just like we did with the previous one.”
“I believe that before we resume, we should be able to conclude the work”, he stated.
In the briefing which was organised by the House committee on Media and Public Affairs, the chairman, Zakai Mohammed, while analysing the activities of the green chamber in the last legislative year said it had been “challenging, tough and revealing”.
He added that their activities were “solid foundations that will guide them right as far as legislature is concerned and for strengthening democracy in the country”.