Procurement practitioners partner anti- corruption agencies on transparency

October 21, 2021 Editor 0

A group, Association of Public Procurement Practitioners of Nigeria, has said it will partner the anti-corruption agencies and other institutions to boost the fight against corruption in the public sector. The association disclosed that it is poised to sanitise the procurement process by strict enforcement of the procurement Act of 2007 by promoting due process, accountability, transparency and value for Read More

Estimated billings: FG moves to roll out 4m additional meters

August 21, 2021 Tope Sunday, Abuja 0

The federal government said it has concluded plans to roll out additional four million meters to drastically reduce estimated billing by the Electriticity Distribution Companies (Discos). It said the four million meters would be deployed under the 2nd phase of its metering programme tagged: “National Mass Metering Programme” . A statement issued by the Special Adviser to the President on Read More

NCPC approves Jordan for Christian pilgrimage

August 9, 2021 Adoyi M. Aba 0

  The Executive Secretary Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev Yakubu Pam, has disclosed that the Commission has approved the Kingdom of Jordan as one of its pilgrimage destination nations. A press statement issued by Mary Gana of the media relations unit of the Commission, Monday, said Rev Pam made this known when he paid courtesy visit to the Minister Read More

N718m audit report: Petroleum ministry spent N14m on biro, N98m on PIB leaflets awareness – Senate

August 4, 2021 Taiye Odewale 0

  Fresh findings contained in the report of the Senate Committee on Public Accounts revealed series of queries bordering on corrupt practices and issued to the Federal Ministry of Petroleum by the Office of Auditor General of the Federation were sustained by the Senate, Blueprint has gathered. The queries which emanated from the 2015 Audit report, indicted the ministry over alleged Read More