The former chairman of the House of Representatives’ Credit Committee, Abdulmumin Jibrin, insisted that he would not leave politics.
Jibrin was beaten during the re-election poll in the federal riding of Kiru / Bebeji in Kano state on January 25.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, the former lawmaker said his future is in the hands of God.
“The future looks very bright. And we have had a very interesting career in the House in the past 10 years.
“During those years, I was a legislator and I held two very sensitive positions in the House; simultaneously chair the finance and appropriation committees; spending 10 years without being accused of stealing money that belongs to the National Assembly without being associated with corruption and without being accused of incompetence or lack of capacity, I think I must thank Almighty God Said Jibrin.
Jibrin also said he was not seeking any compensation for having played a key role in the emergence of Femi Gbajabiamila as president of the Ninth Chamber of the Assembly.
He added: “I am not looking for compensation, but again, I am not tired of serving the country in any capacity whatsoever in a private capacity or to seek government services.”