The House of Representatives has adjourned investigative hearing into the alleged sex scandal involving three federal legislators in the green chamber.
The hearing was adjourned to July 20 following the absence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama and representatives of the United States.
In his letter, Mr Onyema highlighted that he would not be able to attend the hearing following his presence at the meeting of the executive council of Africa in Kigali.
Following letter written to Speaker of the House, Yakubu Dogara by the outgone US Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. James Entwistle, the house set up a committee headed by Nicholas Ossai to probe the scandal.
Mr. Entwistle, in his petition, said Mohammed Galolo, Samuel Ikon and Mark Gbillah attempted to rape a hotel housekeeper and sought to patronise prostitutes when the three lawmakers travelled to the United States for a leadership program.
He was however invited by the probe panel to present the video of the scandal as evidence but he failed to show up o Thursday.