Usman in a statement she personally signed Tuesday declared that the report was “falsehood, which is meant to serve the ulterior motives of its promoters”.
The Chairman of the committee, Adeogun Adejoro who extended the invitation on Thursday in Abuja said that it was necessary for the committee to know the number of recovered loot and where they were being kept.
Yahaya disclosed this in Gombe on Thursday while declaring open a one-day workshop on Treasury Single Account tagged: “Cash Management Strategy”.
Stakeholders who cut across representatives from the Christian Association of Nigeria, Nigeria Bar Association, Female Lawyers Association, Traditional Rulers, Nigeria Medical Association, Entertainers, Captains of Industries, Town Union Leaders, Women Groups, Artisans and others have endorsed the Treasury Single Account and Pension Reform policies of the Imo State Government.
Kingsley Onwubiko, a chieftain of Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday commended Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo for adopting the Treasury Single Account.
In a meeting with the governor, the monarchs, under the aegis of Concerned Traditional Rulers’ Forum, led by Dr. Cletus Ilomuanya, said the adoption of the TSA will go a long way in ensuring prudent management of funds in the state and enthrone probity in governance.
The Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the Recovery of Public Property says it has recovered N120.60 million from a commercial bank.
The bank made the assertion in the 2017 Annual Activity Report released by its Banking and Payments System Department on its Website.
Idris stated this on Tuesday in a paper entitled, “Automation of Payment System for Efficiency in the Non-oil Sector”, presented at the ongoing 3-day conference of the National Council on Finance and Economic Development holding in Kaduna.
Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, disclosed this at the News Agency of Nigeria forum on Tuesday in Abuja.
Mohammed said this on Tuesday in Abuja when he appeared on the News Agency of Nigeria flagship programme, NAN Forum.
Ahmed Idris, the Accountant-General of the Federation, said this in a statement by Johnson Oise, Director, Press, Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation, on Sunday in Abuja.
This revelation emerged at the One-Day Stakeholder Sensitisation Exercise on TSA e-Collection Charges held in Abuja on Tuesday, organised by the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation.
The Minister stated this on Sunday when he appeared as guest on a Nigeria Television Authority programme: “Stepping Up.”
Local news website TSA said 105 people had died, quoting what it called provisional figures from the civil service.
The party urged the President not to allow his aides railroad him into peddling such groundless allegations and bandying of unverified figures, as doing that could detract from his personality.
The resolution followed the adoption of a motion by Rep. Adamu Kamale (APC- Adamawa), who recalled that the Federal Government operated a pilot scheme for a single account in 2012, using 217 Ministries, Departments and Agencies as a case study
The upper chamber had in a motion moved by Senator Dino Melaye (APC Kogi West) raised the alarm over alleged payment of N25 billion to one e-collection firm, REMITA, in one day as one per cent of monies transferred
Skye Bank said significant portion of the money for which penalty was applied belonged to the state-owned energy company, NNPC Pension Funds, and National Assembly Legislative Aides account balances.
It said the government-run Transportation Security Administration was ordered to revise its procedures after its own internal test results were revealed in a report on Monday