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Min of Environment awards health training job to engineering company

The Federal Ministry of Environment in what appears a clear breach of procurement laws has awarded N53.910 million health capacity training to an engineering company. The ministry of environment in its COVID-19 procurement awarded a health training job to Messrs Joki Engineering and Consultants Ltd at the sum of N53, 910,000.00, a project the ministry …

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Investigation: How NDDC awarded N150 million drainage construction to a website devpt company

In an act that appears to be tainted with corruption that points to abuse of procurement laws and processes, documents obtained from CAC show the NDDC awarded a contract for the construction of drainages to Dewfirstplus Limited, a website design and software development company. Under the deal, the NDDC on May 31, 2012, awarded the …

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COVID-19: Agric Ministry spends N2.78 billion to register farmers

Documents from the Federal Ministry of Finance have shown that the Ministry of  Agriculture and Rural Development has spent the sum of N2.78 billion on farmers’ registration as part of its COVID-19 intervention programme. In the document made available by the Ministry of Finance in response to the Freedom of Information (FOI) request, part of …

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Deplorable Kebbi school govt claims spend N280 million monthly feeding kids

Children in Kebbi state are learning under a deplorable condition despite the state government claim it spends N280 million every month feeding the children under the school feeding programme. Mr. Mohammed Magawata, the Kebbi Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education while speaking at training on Cash Transfer Programme organized by the United Nations Children Education …

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