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The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on Public Procurement to investigate allegations of gross statutory breaches.

Specifically, the House on Tuesday asked the committee to investigate allegations of violation of the Public Procurement Act by the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Ministry of Finance and First Bank Nigeria limited, over a grant to Oyo State to procure agricultural equipment.

The lawmakers described the act as undermining and sabotaging the intention of the Federal Government in making Nigeria fully self-sufficient in food production.

This came through a motion of urgent public importance.

In a similar development, the same committee has been tasked to investigate alleged violations of the Public Procurement Act and abuses of other public service rules and regulations by the University of Lagos.

The motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university, including the governing council.

The committee is expected to report back to the house within five working days.

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Updated: May 15, 2019 — 6:53 am

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  2. the motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university including the governing council

  3. the same committee has been tasked to investigate alleged violations of the Public Procurement Act and abuses of other public service rules and regulations by the University of Lagos

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  5. The motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university, including the governing council.

  6. The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on Public Procurement to investigate allegations of gross statutory breaches.

    Specifically, the House on Tuesday asked the committee to investigate allegations of violation of the Public Procurement Act by the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Ministry of Finance and First Bank Nigeria limited, over a grant to Oyo State to procure agricultural equipment.

    The lawmakers described the act as undermining and sabotaging the intention of the Federal Government in making Nigeria fully self-sufficient in food production.motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university,

  7. Is there ever a time there won’t be mismanagement? The motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university, including the governing council.

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  9. The motion further notes that there are allegations against past and current management of the university, including the governing council.

  10. Glad the House is realizing it has responsibility to join the war on corruption. The Unilag issue is Germaine because all our universities are den of corrupt cabals.

  11. In a similar development, the same committee has been tasked to investigate alleged violations of the Public Procurement Act and abuses of other public service rules and regulations by the University of Lagos.

  12. The committee where expected to give report withing the next 66hrs I mean within the next three working days

  13. The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on Public Procurement to investigate allegations of gross statutory breaches.

  14. Investigation should be carry out on this issue,the federal house of representatives should look more into this embezzlement of a thing

  15. The committee should do whatsoever they deem fit and if found guilty of the allegation, they should take action on the defaulter immediately

  16. I think that proper investigations should be carried out by the house before any decisions are made.

  17. A step on the right direction, I must say. Public institutions and public office holders should be checkmated regularly.
    However, I wonder his the Reps will see to the end of the matter swing that they’ll be leaving office in a short while

  18. Hope the investigation will be completed before may 29 because not all members of the committee will be back in the house.investigation must be properly done please.

  19. All of them are in it together. May be some people didn’t get a fair share of the loot, hence the investigation.

  20. The lawmakers described the act as undermining and sabotaging the initiative of the federal government about self reliance in agriculture

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