Abuja - The committee set up by the House of Representatives to investigate the N255m bullet proof cars scandal against the Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah may have indicted her, Nation reports.
The committee which summoned Oduah for questioning on Thursday, said some discrepancies were found in the purchase of the two bullet proof cars by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority form automobile firm, Coscharis Motors.
The panel in its recommendations, directed Cosharis Motors to refund the N255million paid to it for the purchase of the bulletproof vehicles through a loan agreement.
Oduah denied her involvement in the purchase of the cars by the NCAA. She said the cars bought the NCAA were meant for the ministry and not for her personal use.
Oduah was supposed to appear before the Senate on Wednesday to explain her roles in the October 3 plane crash in Lagos and her role in the purchase of the bulletproof vehicles.
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