Nigeria, Sept. 21 -- A former Managing Director of Ogun State Property and Investment Corporation (OPIC), Babajide Odusolu, on Tuesday challenged the Ogun State government and the House of Assembly to come public with documents and evidence that showed that monies were missing from the corporation's coffers during his tenure.

Mr Odusolu made this statement at a press conference in Ikeja, Lagos, in response to the impropriety allegations against him by the House of Assembly.

Last week, the House Committee on Public Account and Anti-Corruption, led by Musefiu Lamidi, a lawmaker from Ado-Odo/Igbesa constituency, asked Mr Odusolu to return the sum of N40 million which was unaccounted for during his tenure as the MD of OPIC.

The committee a...