EXCLUSIVE: Femi Gbajabiamila Accepts The $25K Georgia Court Case Against Him, Calls It "MISAPPROPRIATION", Not Stealing.

Most times, our politicians, especially some of them who has attained national prominence take us, the electorates, for granted continually, because they know we are not able to either fight for ourselves, or seek redress for the very huge injustice done to us collectively.


The case in hand is that of the Leader of the House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, representing Surulere Federal Constituency 1, who has tried and is still trying as much as he can, to deny and wash himself off the fraud case which he got indicted for by a Georgia Court and found guilty of taking what did not belong to him.

Infact, the case is such a pathetic one, that a client of his who entrusted her life to him, had an accident, hired him to work on getting insurance for her mishap and when the money, about TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS, was paid by the insurance company, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, then known as Femi Gbaja, fled to Nigeria, joined politics, from where he contested and won the House of Representatives election.
Femi Gbajabiamila.
Today, a story which he had in the past struggled to deny, has resurfaced and in his bid to again deny, is seriously not getting the desired buying of Nigerians, especially when he, Femi Gbajabiamila had in past, accepted that there was a case of fraud against him and his person in Georgia.

In an interview with Kadaria Ahmed over two years ago after he was elected House Leader by his colleague members, he told his interviewer that "YES, THERE WAS A CASE LIKE THAT, BUT IT WASN'T A CASE OF FRAUD, BUT MISAPPROPRIATION" and one wonders what fraud is and what misappropriation is.

Our darling Femi Gbajabiamila may have to come out clear before Tuesday, the 11th of June to tell Nigerians what fraud is and what MISAPPROPRIATION in the context of the tussle for the soul of the House of Representatives, but one-thing is clear, there is something fishy and the earlier he accepts and apologize, the better for him, as this case will continue to linger for a long time.

But the question is, "IS HE GOOD TO GO AS SPEAKER OF NIGERIA'S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES"? Will his colleagues jettison men of proven integrity contesting with Femi to vote for him?

Hopefully, the 360 members will again, do same thing they did in 2015.