The House of Representatives adhoc committee investigating job racketeering in Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, has issued a final warning to MDAs that failed to appear before it.
The Chairman of the committee Mr Yusuf Gagdi gave the warning at its resumed sitting in Abuja.
This is against the backdrop of over 200 MDAs that had failed to honour the committee’s invitation.
Gagdi said any MDA who failed to appear before the committee winds up its investigation should have itself to be blamed should the report of the committee indicted such MDA.
The lawmaker said, “We have made two different publications in two different national dailies inviting 200 agencies to appear before this committee.
“The agencies have no excuses not to appear before this committee because they have a budget for newspapers publication and they are using it.
He said there was a need for employment to reflect the Federal Character, adding that the committee’s aim was to ensure that employment was not done in secrecy.
This according to him was to ensure that Nigeria citizens who had no godfathers should have the opportunity to be employed in any MDAs.