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#095 Posted on 25th July 2020

The Nigerian Embassy in Berlin, Germany, have reportedly spent ₦32,319,003.07 as ‘maintenance of the former Ambassador’s residence’ at Valkanstrasse 69, 63179 Bonn, Germany between the years 2014 and 2015. But till date, the residence was unoccupied, due to the fact that the Embassy relocated to Berlin in 2001.

#094 Posted on 25th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Water Resources, reportedly awarded a contract to construct Adaba River Dam Project in Enugu State totalling to the sum of ₦2,578,472,343.28.

₦488,765,272.12 was paid from Dec. 2010–Nov. 2015. But the remaining ₦827,120,074.00 approved for the same project “was not spent on the project.

#093 Posted on 25th July 2020

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, was said to have reportedly paid ₦4,339,504.89 as ‘salaries and allowances’ to 5 retirees, after their legitimate retirement on their due dates from service in December 2014. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered from the Pension and Gratuity of the retirees.

#092 Posted on 25th July 2020

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, was said to have reportedly paid ₦14,170,879.99 to 146 staff from the Ministry’s Nominal Roll and Bank Schedules in Dec. 2014, but the payment could not be traced. The Audited-General wants to see proof that those paid “are bonafide staff of the Ministry.”

#091 Posted on 25th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Abuja reportedly paid ₦33,120,479.20 from the capital and overhead votes but has failed to account for the money. The Auditor-General wants the money accounted for.

#090 Posted on 17th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja reportedly paid ₦213,845,008.96 to a contractor for the construction of Skill Acquisition Centres. The money was fully paid but the project has not been completed. The Auditor-General wants the job completed or money recovered.

#089 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Nigerian National Merit Award, Abuja reportedly paid ₦11,178,944.52 as cash advances to staff, for procurement of goods and services, in excess of ₦200,000.00 limit under extant rules. ₦9,242,830.00 was also paid to “third parties rather than directly to the beneficiaries.”

#088 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Nigerian National Merit Award, Abuja reportedly paid ₦58,105,700.44 to contractors but failed to carry out required checks, contrary to Financial Regulation 1705, which states that 100% pre-payment audit of all checked and passed vouchers should be carried out before
payment.

#087 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Nigerian National Merit Award, Abuja, reportedly paid ₦8,651,575.00 to contractors without passing through competitive bidding, contrary to Financial Regulations 2921. The Auditor-General wants those involved to be “sanctioned for gross misconduct.”

#086 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) had paid ₦404,721,905.35 on rehabilitation of 38km Mubi-maiha Sorau Road, for work not executed.

#085 Posted on 17th July 2020

The National Blood Transfusion Service reportedly paid ₦5,451,080.00 as personal advances to 8 officers between August and December 2015 for various assignments but it has failed to retire the money. The Auditor-General wants the money immediately retired/recovered.

#084 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly paid ₦69,642,086.00 as withholding tax into a Bank Account said to belong to FIRS instead of ₦69,642.86. The Auditor-General wants the money refunded.

#083 Posted on 17th July 2020

The National Blood Transfusion Service, an arm of the Federal Ministry of Health, reportedly paid₦28,890,798.27 to officers and some contractors to carry out various programmes/activities and supplies but without supporting documents, contrary to Financial Regulation 603.

#082 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly paid ₦8,926,182.50 to 3 members of staff on 31st December 2015 to “install Air-condition”. But the Ministry failed to produce any supporting documents. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#081 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja, reportedly spent ₦619,999,383.00 without contracts with suppliers/evidence of delivery. The Ministry spent over ₦130,000,000.00 to restore GAVI’s sponsorship of projects but failed to sanction indicted officials

#080 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly paid ₦5,924,000.00 as cash advance to an officer to repair faulty computer systems. This officer was not a contractor, and the amount involved was far beyond the authorized advance threshold of ₦200,000.00

#079 Posted on 17th July 2020

The National Blood Transfusion Service paid ₦16,221,900.00 as Personal Advances to 6 officers between March and December 2015 to carry out various assignments. But only ₦6,476,017.00 was retired, leaving the balance of ₦9,895,583.00 unretired.

#078 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja, spent ₦18,804,865.00 to procure goods that were never delivered.

#077 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly failed to retire cash advances totaling ₦380,932,193.00. Multiple advances were granted without retiring the previous ones.

#076 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly spent ₦8,599,291,949.00 between 1st January 2010 and 31st March 2015, out of which N187,725,160.00 was spent without any receipts/documents.

#075 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly paid ₦79,678,116.00 as cash advances to staff but the money has not been retired.

#074 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja disbursed ₦5,656,986,469.00 to partnering agencies like WHO and UNICEF to facilitate the implementation of programme activities, but without any arrangement to retire the money.

#073 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja, failed to remit ₦6,250,000.00 withholding tax because it applied a wrong tax rate on Consultancy fees paid to contractors. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered and remitted to the authorities.

#072 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja reportedly spent ₦4,987,958,621.00 on procurement of goods and services but failed to follow the Public Procurement Act.

#071 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Nigerian National Merit Award, Abuja, reportedly generated ₦20,185,000.00 as IGR for the year 2014 but has to date failed to show evidence of payment of the statutory 25% of ₦5,046,250.00 to the Consolidated Revenue Fund. The Auditor-General wants the money
remitted.

#070 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health, Headquarters, Abuja spent ₦292,389,855.00 as advances to the Ministry’s State offices but the money has not been retired.

#069 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Health reportedly diverted ₦300,000,000.00 Special Intervention Fund appropriated in the 2013 Budget for the provision of Health Care Facilities/Equipment in Zamfara Central Senatorial District. The officers involved were retired/reposted in 2016.

#068 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Information and Culture (Information Sector) also reportedly paid 9,851,654.00 to 2 companies to supply printing materials through Federal Government Printing Press, Apapa, Lagos. But there is no evidence of delivery, contrary to Financial Regulation 2402

#067 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Justice, Abuja, reportedly paid 7,965,000.00 as ‘Robe Allowance’ in 2015 without any receipt, details, and to an ‘undisclosed person’, contrary to Financial Regulation 613 which states that “Payments shall be made only to persons named in the vouchers.

#066 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Bureau of Public Service Reforms, Abuja reportedly paid 35,209,835.00 to 56 staff as cash advances between Jan. and Dec. 2016. But the Bureau failed to remit the money, as at July, 2017, contrary to Financial Regulation 1405. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#065 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Abuja, reportedly spent 14,490,000.00 [via voucher No. MPR/CAP/058/2016] under capital expenditure to buy 3 Nissan Almera Saloon vehicles. The money was paid

#064 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development, Abuja, reportedly paid ₦9,332,000.00 as ‘Personal Advances’ to some officers for the 2016 Commonwealth National Women’s Machinery and 60th Session of the UN in NY, “without proper records”, and any retirement.

#063 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Abuja, reportedly spent 17,443,060,389.40 on pension funds but without any documents to show for the spending. PTAD also failed to supply any documents despite repeated requests by the Auditor-General.

#062 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Justice, Abuja, reportedly paid 7,965,000.00 as ‘Robe Allowance’ in 2015 without any receipt, details, and to an ‘undisclosed person’, contrary to Financial Regulation 613 which states that “Payments shall be made only to persons named in the vouchers.

#061 Posted on 17th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Interior, Abuja, reportedly spent ₦3,793,350.00 to buy 9 items but there was no evidence of the items, contrary to Financial Regulations 2402(i) and 2802. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#060 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Abuja, reportedly paid 4,201,400.00 to the Head of IT Department to replace 13 Laptops out of a total of 33 Laptops allegedly stolen from PTAD’s store. But the PTAD failed to explain how the 33 computers were stolen.

#059 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Abuja, reportedly paid 91,349,342.42 as pension in Sept 2016 but without the mandatory deduction of 1% check off dues of 913,493.42 in favour of Nigerian Union of Pensioners, contrary to the Pension Administration Act.

#058 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly spent 625,000,000.00 to support the work of the Constitution Review Committee between March and June 2016, but without any receipts/documents, contrary to Financial Regulation 603. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#057 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, claimed to have paid 126,264,320.00 as cash advances to 11 staff between March and Dec, 2016 for procurement of goods and services but failed to retire the money, contrary to Financial Regulation 1405. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#056 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Information and Culture (Culture Sector) reportedly paid 169,525,677.00 as cash advances between 13th March, 2013 and 19th May, 2016 but failed to retire the money, contrary to Financial Regulation 1405. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#055 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Abuja, reportedly paid 1,011,750.00 as Out-of-Pocket Expenses to a staff to install and service 250 KVA. The staff spent his “personal funds” on the project but without approval and there was no evidence of the project.

#054 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Customs, Immigration and Prisons Pension Department (CIPPD), reportedly paid 2,573,000.00 as cash advance to a staff in August 2016 for the purchase of Laptops, Phones and Modems, but the spending was above the limit of N200,000.00 allowed under Financial Regulation 3106.

#053 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Justice, Abuja, reportedly paid 1,000,000.00 to a consultancy firm in August, 2016 as part payment of Professional fees of 2,000,000.00 for representing the AGF in suit No. FHC/PH/CS/413/13. But the payment was based on an unsigned letter of offer.

#052 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly spent ₦417,312,538.79 to “settle some contractors” but failed to show any supporting documents for the spending, contrary to Financial Regulation 603. The Auditor-General wants the Clerk of the National Assembly to recover the money.

#051 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly paid 116,162,522.60 to some contractors between April and June, 2016 but without any documents, contrary to Financial Regulation 601: “under no circumstance shall money be paid for services for which a voucher has not been raised.”

#050 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Interior, Abuja, reportedly paid 6,766,902.00 in 2016 to 13 officers as estacode and other allowances to travel overseas to attend meeting and program, but the spending was not approved. The Ministry also failed to provide any supporting document for it.

#049 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Federal Fire Service, Abuja, reportedly spent 16,107,000.00 for the supply of diesel and petrol but failed to provide any supporting documents for the spending, contrary to Financial Regulation 603 and Financial Regulation 234. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#048 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Justice, Abuja, reportedly paid 16,467,800.00 as cash advances to some officers in 2016 but failed to remit the money, contrary to Financial Regulation 1420. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#047 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly paid 747,286,680.00 as “personal advances” to staff between February and December, 2016 for various procurements and services, but failed to retire the money. The Auditor-General wants the Clerk to recover the money.

#046 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Upper Chamber of the Nigerian Legislative Arm, The Nigerian Senate, reportedly spent 109,007,179.73 from the Capital Expenditure vote, but without any supporting documents. The Auditor-General wants the money returned to the treasury.

#045 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly Service Commission’s Legislative Aides Section earned 12,274,587.77 as interests on Bank accounts between January and December 2016 but the Section failed to pay the money into the Consolidated Revenue Fund, contrary to Financial Regulation 222.

#044 Posted on 16th July 2020

The Lower Chamber of the Nigerian Legislative Arm, The House of Representatives, reportedly paid 254,059,513.70 as cash advances to some officers but failed to retire the money, contrary to Financial Regulations 1404 and 1405. The Auditor-General asked the Clerk of the National Assembly to recover the money.

#043 Posted on 16th July 2020

The National Assembly Service Commission, reportedly paid 9,371,848.13 as salaries and allowances to some Legislative Aides for work not done. It was discovered that the dates of appointments of the Aides differ from the dates of assumption of duty by several months.

#042 Posted on 15th July 2020

The Lower Chamber of the Nigerian Legislative Arm, The House of Representatives, reportedly deducted 821,564,296.48 as Pay as You Earn (PAYE) from staff salaries and claimed to have remitted the money to the authorities. But the House failed to produce any receipts to this effect, contrary to Financial Regulation 235.

#041 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Population Commission, Abuja, reportedly bought 2 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Jeeps, at 63,765,000:00 for its chairman and Director-General as official vehicles. But it was discovered that the chairman already had about 8 official vehicles.

#040 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Lagos, reportedly spent 169,336,264.36 as Security Votes in 2015. But it was discovered that there was no appropriation for Security Vote in the Agency’s budget approved by the National Assembly.

#039 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly claimed to have deducted 56,985,568.55 as Withholding Tax and Value Added Tax from contract payments but failed to remit the money to the authorities. The Clerk ignored the Auditor-General’s letter dated 24th Jan, 2017 on the issue.

#038 Posted on 15th July 2020

The Federal Fire Service, Abuja, claimed to spent₦19,500,000.00 as rent for the Comptroller-General’s residence at Sun-city Estate, Abuja. But it was discovered that the money was spent to pay a rent for 2 years for a Law Firm, as against the Comptroller-General’s as reported.

#037 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Assembly, Abuja, reportedly paid ₦66,713,355.08 as staff salaries between January–June, 2016 but the payees in the Cashbook did not correspond with those in the Bank Statement, contrary to Financial Regulation 417. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#036 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Assembly Service Commission paid ₦9,975,000.00 as course fees to a consultant that already got ₦4,987,500.00 for the same course fees.

#035 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Assembly Service Commission, also spent ₦127,629,600.00 as allowances for participants.

#034 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Assembly Service Commission, reportedly spent ₦109,995,400.00 “to train 34 officers” in Dubai in 2016.

#002 Posted on 25th July 2020

Only eight of the 36 states in Nigeria have so far published the details of how the N213bn COVID-19 funds received from both local and international donors were being spent. The states in compliance lists are: Ogun, Katsina, Lagos, Ebonyi, Oyo, Ondo, Kaduna and Ekiti.

#033 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, reportedly paid ₦213,845,008.96 to a contractor for the construction of Skill Acquisition Centres. The money was fully paid but the project has not been completed. The Auditor-General wants the job completed or money recovered.

#033 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, spent ₦1,223,562,222.28 to buy skill acquisition materials for its State offices but it failed to show any evidence of this.

#032 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, reportedly paid ₦205,110,321.00 as consultancy fees to contractors without approval.

#031 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, reportedly transferred ₦30,358,449.00 from some State offices’ bank accounts to accounts in Bank of Agriculture in the various States, close to the end of the year. The transfers were not documented and were done without approval.

#030 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, reportedly spent ₦8,500,000.00 to buy 1 double cabin Toyota Hilux Pick-up van. But the vehicle was supplied with an invoice which did not state the chassis and engine numbers. The vehicle was also given to one Senator.

#029 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, paid ₦17,142,510.00 as cash advances to some staff but failed to retire the money. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#028 Posted on 15th July 2020

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Abuja, under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, reportedly spent ₦54,717,500.00 without any documents.

#027 Posted on 13th July 2020

An agency under the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, the Gurara Water Management Authority, reportedly failed to remit ₦27,449,153.50 to the authorities.

#026 Posted on 13th July 2020

An agency under the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, the Gurara Water Management Authority, paid to contractors the sum of ₦63,075,336.00 without any supporting documents. The Auditor-General wants the money recovered.

#025 Posted on 13th July 2020

The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) reportedly paid ₦182,668,513.72 for contracts without any documents/job completion certificate. The Auditor-General fears the money may have been misappropriated. He wants the money recovered and returned to the treasury.

#024 Posted on 13th July 2020

Still, the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), reportedly failed to remit ₦206,680,771.62 operating surplus to the authorities. The Auditor-General wants the money remitted.

#023 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Nigerian Institute for Oceanography & Marine Research, under the supervision of Dr. Abiodun Sule, reportedly paid ₦18,022,931.74 for store items that were never delivered and without any receipts. The Auditor-General wants the money accounted for and those involved to be sanctioned.

#022 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) paid ₦27,746,085.00 as salaries to 28 officers from 2014 to 2016. But out of the 28 officers, 3 had already retired.

#021 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) reportedly paid ₦15,609,525.00 to members of staff for local purchases and services, in excess of the N200,000.00 authorized limit, contrary to Treasury Circular No. TRY/A2/B2/2009;OAGF/026/V, 24th March, 2009.

#020 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) claimed it remitted ₦348,794,207.39 to the authorities but there was no any evidence of receipt.

#019 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Nigeria Police Force Imo State Police Command Divisional Police Office, Iho-Ikeduru reportedly failed to account for 1 AK 47 rifle with breech No. 04341 with 10 rounds of live ammunitions, after ‘attack by hoodlums’ at the station, but there was no evidence of the attack.

#018 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Interior, claimed that a car, Toyota Avensis car with Registration Number FG 522-A14 was allegedly stolen. But they could not report the loss and there was no Police Report, contrary to Financial Regulation 2606(ii) (a-h).

#017 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, claimed that 3 vehicles (Toyota Land Cruiser and 2 Toyota Hillux pick up vans) were missing as at July, 2017. The vehicles were later found in the custody of a former Minister of the Ministry and a Female staff in Sure-P.

#016 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Institution responsible for providing training for power sector personnels, The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), reportedly paid ₦20,569,398.20 for supply of Power System Simulator without any evidence of supply/receipts.

#015 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Institution responsible for providing training for power sector personnels, The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), paid cash advances of ₦6,187,393.50 to 17 staff members without retirement.

#014 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Institution responsible for providing training for power sector personnels, The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), also reportedly paid a contractor ₦47,000,000.00 for goods not supplied.

#013 Posted on 13th July 2020

The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), reportedly failed to remit ₦38,069,069.20 to the authorities.

Source : Office of the Auditor General of the Federation

#012 Posted on 13th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) reportedly abandoned a total of 15 projects, valued at ₦25,704,034,166.50. ₦112,869,126.54 was paid for work not executed on the rehabilitation of Ikorodu Road in Lagos State.

#011 Posted on 9th July 2020

The National Library of Nigeria, claimed that a Car, Toyota Hilux 4WD with Registration Number FG22L45, purchased in September 2013 for ₦12,716,667.60 was snatched at gun point along Kano-Kaduna road. But they could not provide any evidence to back their claimed.

#010 Posted on 9th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) Abuja, allegedly paid ₦41,801,735.71 on the rehabilitation of 24km Akungbe Ikare Omuo Kabba Road in Ondo and Ekiti States. The work is not yet executed.

#009 Posted on 9th July 2020

The Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, (Works Sector) had paid ₦114,194,775.35 on the construction of 5.5km Road at Takum Dogongwa, Benue State Boarder in Taraba

#008 Posted on 9th July 2020

The Upper Chamber of the Nigerian Legislative Arm, The Nigerian Senate, reportedly spent ₦1,364,816,397.95 to renovate a store at the National Assembly and denied the Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation the access to the store and records.

#007 Posted on 9th July 2020

” The Nigerian Military Pensions Board, Under the supervision of Major General A.B. Adamu, reportedly paid ₦95,000,000.00 for contract not executed.”

Source : Office of the Auditor General of the Federation

#006 Posted on 7th July 2020

“The Nigerian Law School Abuja, paid a low-level officer ₦32m as salary and N36m as dressing allowance in one year”

Source : Office of the Auditor General of the Federation

#005 Posted on 2nd July 2020

The Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation exports up to two million barrels of high-quality crude a day, while imports about 900,000 tons of low-grade, “dirty” fuel, made in Dutch, Belgium and other European refineries a year.

Source : The Guardian, Uk.

#004 Posted on 1st July 2020

The rationale behind the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, allocating 15% of the current 774,000 employment program, which is 116,100 slots to members of the National Assembly is not supported by any constitutional provision.

#003 Posted on 30th June 2020

The Federal Government had reportedly spent about ₦173b between January and April 2020 without giving a description of what the money was used for. According to the details on Open Treasury Portal, the payments was made in 1,353 transactions to various MDAs, security agencies, educational institutes, etc.

For the purpose of Transparency, Accountability and Open Governance, the Center for Fiscal Transparency & Integrity Watch are calling on the government to make available the details of these transaction to general public.

#002 Posted on 8th June 2020

The Federal Government of Nigeria on 4th June 2020 approved the sum of ₦1.7 billion for ‘consultancy services’ for 2nd Abuja runway. That is approximately $4.7 million for consultancy fees. The Federal Ministry of Aviation should release significant information related to this “consultancy contract”, including historical information and what is envisaged to cost taxpayers in building the actual 2nd runway.

#001 Posted on 9th June 2020

Twelve (12)  states did not satisfy the requirements of the 2018 World Bank performance grants by failing to meet the eligibility criteria. These States are Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bayelsa, Borno, Cross River, Ebonyi, Imo, Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau, Rivers and Zamfara states.