The House of Representatives’ Committee on Public Accounts, on Monday declared that reckless use of presidency assets was going on beneath the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Chairman of the PAC, Kingsley Chinda, alongside members of the committee, stated this whereas addressing journalists in Abuja on Monday

Chinda stated, “What now we have noticed is that not a lot has modified from the reckless system that now we have operated in Nigeria. Not a lot has modified. Public spending remains to be not very accountable and so, we have to start to vary.

“One typical instance is the Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation from the place we get our uncooked supplies. The good factor that can occur to the struggle in opposition to corruption is assent to the Audit Commission Bill. We pray that the assent isn’t refused as common.

“If we had gone the best way you’re looking on the Service Wide Vote, I’m not positive that we’d have achieved what now we have achieved today. So, there are areas that intentionally, we refused to go the old method to allow us to realize what now we have achieved.

“We met a backlog of Auditor-General’s reviews on MDAs hanging. Even once we meet our colleagues from different climes, it’s a low-point for this nation; it’s a low-point for our drive in opposition to corruption. And so, we stated we should start to erode that. If that’s our solely achievement, so be it.

“A complete of 552 MDAs have been queried by the Office of the Auditor-General, overlaying the interval of 2010 to 2014. Of that quantity, the committee was capable of contemplate 512 of these queries. In the course of that consideration, the committee was additionally capable of, in 2010, recuperate or map out restoration sum of N1,967,146,030.72.


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“And then, we also referred to the relevant authorities; that is, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission and the Nigeria Police, a total sum of N72,567,233,846.49 and $1,819,361 for recovery”.



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