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Ngige flays Faleke: You’re Mushin small boy [video]

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The Federal Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige has staged what could at best be describes as “hilarious” attack on Hon. James Abiodun Faleke, the Member Representing Ikeja Federal Constituency in Lagos and Chairman, House of Representative Committee On Finance.

The attack took place during a House of Representatives Committee investigative hearing on Wednesday.

In the attached video, Senator Ngige lambasted Hon. Faleke and addressed him as “small boy”, “Mushin boy”, “Mushin ogbologbo”, etc.

He said: “I’m the same age as your mentor, you’re a small boy, if you yab me, I yab you back 10 times.”

Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige
Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige

Ngige flayed Faleke – Watch video:

Recently, in another incidence involving the National Assembly, the Labour, Productivity and Employment Minister apologized to the leadership of the National Assembly over the previous week’s face-off between the Minister of State For Labour, Festus Keyamo and the joint Senate and House Committees on Labour, Productivity and Employment.

Ngige tendered an apology on Tuesday in an address delivered when he led a delegation from the Ministry on a visit to the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, at the National Assembly, Abuja.

He said: “Having visited your domain to the Joint Committee on Labour, Productivity and Employment over some issues of the Special Public Works Programme of the Federal Government, a Programme that was designed by the Executive with the legislature, if the Executive makes a proposal and it is not funded, then that proposal will be dead on the table.

Response: Ngige flayed Faleke
“We deeply regret the incident that happened, the altercation that followed it, between my Minister of State and members of the Joint Committee.

“Therefore, we decided that as a team, we would come with full force and give the necessary information that we need so that we can fast track this Programme which was designed from the office of the President before the COVID-19.

Read the full report here: 774,000 jobs: Ngige apologizes to N’Assembly

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