The truth about the video recording of alleged bribing of the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, must be made known to Nigerians, the lawmakers in Kano State are saying. 

Lawmakers in the Kano State House of Assembly are taking the issue a step further, setting up a seven-man committee to investigate the authenticity of the video recording.

The video of Ganduje allegedly receiving bribe from a contractor was published by an online Newspaper, Daily Nigerian.

The committee was constituted after a member representing Warawa constituency, Mr Labaran Madari, moved a motion of urgent public importance which was seconded by member representing Kano Municipal constituency, Baffa Danagundi.

Madari pointed out that the House had the mandate to investigate any matter in order to ensure peace and harmony in the state.

Speaking during the plenary, the Majority Leader, Mr Baffa Danagundi, advised the executive arm of government to halt from filing a case before a court of law on the alleged video clip.

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According to him, the state Assembly has the constitutional mandate to investigate issues like this.

The matter, which gained the support of the legislatures, was deliberated on the floor of the house, presided over by Speaker Kabiru Rurum.

After the inauguration of the committee, Rurum urge members to investigate the matter and submit its reports within one month.

The committee, which is headed by Danagundi, has Labaran Madari, the Chief Whip and Zubairu Massu as members.

Others members of the committee are: Garba Ya’u Gwarmai, Abdulaziz Garba Gafasa and Abubakar Uba Galadima, while Mujitaba Aminu would serve as the committee secretary.

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