Ambode Commissioner, Wale Oluwo Replies Lagos Assembly, Denies Receiving Invitation Letter
One of the former Commissioners who served Lagos under the regime of erstlewhile governor Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has replied State House of Assembly over threat of arrest.
Wale Oluwo in a letter personally signed by him denied receiving any invitation letter from the lawmakers who were probing the purchased of 840 buses by the Administration of Ambode.
Oluwo said he has served the state well and is ready to give an account of his stewardship saying he has nothing to hide
Read the letter here:
OLUWO OLAWALE WASIU
Telephone: 08037170796 Email: email@example.com
October 11, 2019
The Right Honourable Speaker
Lagos State House of Assembly
THREAT OF ARREST TO COMPEL APPEARANCE BEFORE THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
On October 10, 2019, the Lagos State House of Assembly, while debating the Reports of its Committees set up to investigate the purchase of 820 buses by the immediate past administration of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, passed a Resolution threatening to issue Arrest Warrants, to compel my appearance before its Committees. The House Resolution, which was made public in the electronic, print and social media, seemed to have concluded that I had willfully or tacitly avoided appearing before the Committees of the House of Assembly. I wish to state categorically that no invitation, oral or written, physical or virtual, was extended to me in person or through a third party, either directly or by substituted means, to any of my official and residential addresses, phone numbers or emails.
I wish to put it on record that I have proudly served MY STATE (Lagos State) with utmost diligence, integrity and in line with my oath of office. Let it be known that I have absolutely nothing to hide and I am willing and ready to appear before any Committee of the House of Assembly, anytime I receive your invitation to that effect.
Please accept the assurances of my highest esteem.
OLUWO OLAWALE WASIU
(Immediate past Commissioner for Energy & Mineral Resources, Lagos State)