Jaji made the claim a statement yesterday, adding that unsolicited advice was flying in from different quarters aiming at influencing the report of his committee. The lawmaker, however, said that Nigerians deserved to know the truth.
According to him, “There have been attempts on me as the chairman of the committee and members of the committee on what direction the investigation should take and the possible outcome of the report.
There has been a lot of frustration but this has not in any way affected us because we remain committed to our cause.
Though there is no monetary inducement these pressures are in form of text messages and physical contacts about what we should do, what we should not do, that we should dwell on this and not on that.
They say this or that agency has a reputation that should not be put on the line, so we should not go beyond certain extent but we tell them that our determination is to safeguard the name and integrity of our institutions.
But we tell them it is not fair to castigate an entire agency for the wrongdoing of an agency and that is why we want to protect our institutions by getting to the roots of these infractions and expose the individuals responsible.
In continuation of the mandate given the committee by the House, we just met with the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, in relation to the $43million discovered in an apartment in Ikoyi and the meeting was very fruitful.