Following the conclusion of the probe of former chairman of the appropriation committee, Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin, the House of Representatives Committee on Ethics and Privileges may recommend his suspension. This is even as Jibrin made good his promise and failed to appear before the committee for what he termed ‘partial disposition of members of the panel’. The House had last Wednesday given the committee one week to probe Jibrin over alleged breach of the 360 members’ privileges through his various allegations of corruption allegedly perpetrated in the 2016 budget by Speaker Yakubu Dogara and three others as well as illegal collection of allowances and running costs by other members, including himself. At the end of the proceedings, there are reports that some lawmakers may proceed to recommend Jibrin’s sack to the House in its report expected to be laid on the floor this week.