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Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by SniperSmurf: 7:49am On May 18, 2018
CharleyBright:
Nice Transmission. grin
They should make Policemen where the T-,shirt on Mondays

They should make it compulsory! cheesy
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by loyaltygame(m): 7:49am On May 18, 2018
This one is another transmission causing confusion because of the omition in translated commission
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Rockyrascal(m): 7:50am On May 18, 2018
Like seriously, the IGP actually said those words?
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by vonlogon: 7:54am On May 18, 2018
Transmission will soon be declared occultic and banned in nigeria at this rate, If nija police catch you with this shirt ehn, they will go into transmission and start apprehension before you know it, they put you in confusion and you end up in detention
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Danialuone: 7:55am On May 18, 2018
so somebody can not make a mistake in peace again in nigeria.......so we can not joke in peace again
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by cytell56: 7:56am On May 18, 2018
newjosboy:
Check out the speech made by IGP Idris, printed on T-shirts. Naija has got no chills
#lazynigerianyouth
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by BabaRamota1980: 7:57am On May 18, 2018
grin grin

IGP Ibrahim "transmission" Idris
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Funnyguy83: 8:07am On May 18, 2018
His name is Nzeka Gerrald. My coursemate then.
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by ufuosman(m): 8:47am On May 18, 2018
Police go arrest anybody wen wear dis shirt oh
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Proffdada: 8:59am On May 18, 2018
xreal:
Nigerian youths are not lazy.
but they're crazy grin
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Dollabiz: 9:11am On May 18, 2018
hmm
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Uppalove(m): 9:16am On May 18, 2018
After they will tell us that 9ja youths are lazy while we can make nothing out of nothing.

Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Mcalakowe: 9:19am On May 18, 2018
Patronised made by IGP transmission naija T-shirt
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by samsam2019: 10:07am On May 18, 2018
If dem kash am, dem go beat am like die
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by difference5050: 10:25am On May 18, 2018
lazy youth, at your age look at what you are doing
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by creamyescortsng(f): 10:52am On May 18, 2018
Transmission Era
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Godwin978(m): 11:34am On May 18, 2018
if that guy is caught they will transmission aggressiveness to their mission
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by paix(m): 11:40am On May 18, 2018
All of you wearing the IGP's speech T-shirts are transmission commissioners. By the time these trigger hungry guys will catch you eh, your body go tell you.
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by jude33084(m): 11:41am On May 18, 2018
This is a man that was not even his turn to become an IGP


Nigeria is a disgrace!
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by jude33084(m): 11:45am On May 18, 2018
paix:
All of you wearing the IGP's speech T-shirts are transmission commissioners. By the time these trigger hungry guys will catch you eh, your body go tell you.


The head of Nigeria police; the supposed giant of Africa can not read properly?
I am not surprised because his boss use " za za country instead of in the country"
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by flamingfire24(m): 11:50am On May 18, 2018
Transmission IG
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by paix(m): 11:51am On May 18, 2018
jude33084:



The head of Nigeria police; the supposed giant of Africa can not read properly?
I am not surprised because his boss use " za za country instead of in the country"
Could this be the change we bargained for?
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by gwinaB(m): 11:52am On May 18, 2018
BankeSmalls:
Good money making moves grin

Cardi B
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Berlyn1(f): 12:32pm On May 18, 2018
Nigerians grin
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Berlyn1(f): 12:33pm On May 18, 2018
NextGovernor:
Lol. Nobody should wear this shirt ooo before they will arrest and tag you as cultist or kidnapper. This one non be Goodluck era ooo.. Becos Buhari government non be am at all...
as in ehn grin
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Berlyn1(f): 12:34pm On May 18, 2018
IFNOTGOD:
DEY WILL transmit n transmission d guy to prison n give him omission from execution with a commission to die
easy bros grin grin
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Collymond: 12:38pm On May 18, 2018
Lloydfather:
We no dey smile for this country.


***** PLS THIS STORY IS MORE IMPORTANT TO US AND A MUST READ ****

**** Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.*****



NNPC, NPA, FIRS, others failed to remit N526bn, $21bn –NEC [ audit firm, KPMG ]

Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja

Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.

The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has therefore recommended that the affected agencies be made to refund the money.

Gombe State Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, disclosed this to State House correspondents at the end of a meeting of the NEC presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.

The council chaired by the Vice-President has all state governors, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and relevant ministers as members.

Dankwambo explained that the shortchanging by the agencies was detected by an audit firm, KPMG, which was contracted by the NEC to carry out a forensic audit of revenue remittances to the Federation Accounts by the NEC.

The governor listed the government agencies indicted of underpayment by the audit report to include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency and the Nigerian Communications Commission.

Others are the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Department of Petroleum Resources and the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, among others.

Apart from refunding the money, Dankwambo said a sub-committee would be set up to look into the details of the infringement.

He said those found to be criminal in nature would be handed over to the Attorney General of the Federation for action.

The governor said, “KPMG presented the report of the technical audit of RGAs, concluding that a total sum of N526bn and $21 bn was underpaid to the Federation Account.

“NEC’s Ad-hoc Committee which I head with members including governors of Edo, Kaduna, Akwa Ibom, Lagos states and the finance minister recommended refund of the amounts underpaid.

“Council adopted the presentations and reports of the KPMG and the recommendations of its Ad-hoc Committee including a resolution to identify instances where there appears to have been criminal infringements and forward such to the Attorney General of the Federation and the Legal Committee of the National Economic Council for further action.

“Council resolved to pursue the strengthening of the NNPC’s governance structure to prevent further recurrence of such gross underpayment by the NNPC and other RGAs.”

The governor said it was resolved that the audit period be extended to June 2017.

“One of the resolutions of NEC is to extend the audit to June 2017. So the audit will continue for the remaining agencies.

“It is NNOC, NPDC, DPR, Customs, Federal Internal Revenue Services, NPA, Maritime Authorities, all the revenue generating agencies and the details of the infringement are contained in the report. It is a voluminous report; there are a lot of items that are there.

“The most important decision that was taken is that a sub-committee will be set up which will be an arm of the legal committee of NEC that will look into the details of these kinds of infringements and make sure that those issues that are criminal and require prosecution will be handled by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation.”

Zamfara State Governor, Abdulaziz Yari, said the issue of whether states should henceforth determine how much is paid as fuel subsidy and not NNPC came up at the meeting.

He, however, said a final decision on the matter would be taken at the next meeting.

He said, “We are doing the nitty-gritty with the NNPC in terms of remittances. Don’t forget that the reason we got it right in 2016 on the NNPC side was that the oil prices were too low. It was easy for everyone to get fuel into the country and then make their profit.

“So, when the price started jacking up, then marketers started adjusting back because they needed to have a template of cost recovery and how they are going to make up the difference from the pump price to the landing cost of what they are importing.

“Our problem is the volume, the quantity of consumption which is not acceptable. Working with the governors, so many decisions were taken but by next month, we are going to adopt that position either for the governors to take responsibility for the subsidy in their states based on the consumption or we look at other ways.

“For instance, if you say we paid N800bn subsidy, you will ask who are we paying the subsidy to? And if you look at the infrastructure development and capital programme of the Federal Government, it is about N1.1trn, almost 70 per cent of what you are spending on developing the economy.

“If there is no infrastructure development, then you cannot talk about the development of the economy. N800bn is a huge amount that we must look at it, who is benefiting from it.

“So, we are coming up with a strategy; we are going to meet in the months of May and June. By next meeting, we will definitely come up with a position of the government at both the level of volume of what is being brought into the country and what the state and federal governments collaborate to check.”

Adeosun reported to the council that the balance in the Excess Crude Account as of May 14, 2018, stood at $1, 830, 682, 945.30.

She also reported to Council that the current balance in the Stabilisation Account as of the same day stood at N15, 725,456,963.83.

She put the balance in the Natural Resources Development Fund at N116, 104,644,763.39.

The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udo Udoma, gave an update to council on the just-concluded Economic Recovery Growth Plan Focus Labs.

Udoma told members that the Labs identified 164 projects spread across the six geopolitical zones of the country.

He said the outcome indicated that over 500,000 jobs were likely to be created by 2020 and that more labs would be conducted in due course for other sectors.

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Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Collymond: 12:40pm On May 18, 2018
creamyescortsng:
Transmission Era


***** PLS THIS STORY IS MORE IMPORTANT TO US AND A MUST READ ****

**** Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.*****



NNPC, NPA, FIRS, others failed to remit N526bn, $21bn –NEC [ audit firm, KPMG ]

Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja

Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.

The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has therefore recommended that the affected agencies be made to refund the money.

Gombe State Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, disclosed this to State House correspondents at the end of a meeting of the NEC presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.

The council chaired by the Vice-President has all state governors, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and relevant ministers as members.

Dankwambo explained that the shortchanging by the agencies was detected by an audit firm, KPMG, which was contracted by the NEC to carry out a forensic audit of revenue remittances to the Federation Accounts by the NEC.

The governor listed the government agencies indicted of underpayment by the audit report to include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency and the Nigerian Communications Commission.

Others are the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Department of Petroleum Resources and the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, among others.

Apart from refunding the money, Dankwambo said a sub-committee would be set up to look into the details of the infringement.

He said those found to be criminal in nature would be handed over to the Attorney General of the Federation for action.

The governor said, “KPMG presented the report of the technical audit of RGAs, concluding that a total sum of N526bn and $21 bn was underpaid to the Federation Account.

“NEC’s Ad-hoc Committee which I head with members including governors of Edo, Kaduna, Akwa Ibom, Lagos states and the finance minister recommended refund of the amounts underpaid.

“Council adopted the presentations and reports of the KPMG and the recommendations of its Ad-hoc Committee including a resolution to identify instances where there appears to have been criminal infringements and forward such to the Attorney General of the Federation and the Legal Committee of the National Economic Council for further action.

“Council resolved to pursue the strengthening of the NNPC’s governance structure to prevent further recurrence of such gross underpayment by the NNPC and other RGAs.”

The governor said it was resolved that the audit period be extended to June 2017.

“One of the resolutions of NEC is to extend the audit to June 2017. So the audit will continue for the remaining agencies.

“It is NNOC, NPDC, DPR, Customs, Federal Internal Revenue Services, NPA, Maritime Authorities, all the revenue generating agencies and the details of the infringement are contained in the report. It is a voluminous report; there are a lot of items that are there.

“The most important decision that was taken is that a sub-committee will be set up which will be an arm of the legal committee of NEC that will look into the details of these kinds of infringements and make sure that those issues that are criminal and require prosecution will be handled by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation.”

Zamfara State Governor, Abdulaziz Yari, said the issue of whether states should henceforth determine how much is paid as fuel subsidy and not NNPC came up at the meeting.

He, however, said a final decision on the matter would be taken at the next meeting.

He said, “We are doing the nitty-gritty with the NNPC in terms of remittances. Don’t forget that the reason we got it right in 2016 on the NNPC side was that the oil prices were too low. It was easy for everyone to get fuel into the country and then make their profit.

“So, when the price started jacking up, then marketers started adjusting back because they needed to have a template of cost recovery and how they are going to make up the difference from the pump price to the landing cost of what they are importing.

“Our problem is the volume, the quantity of consumption which is not acceptable. Working with the governors, so many decisions were taken but by next month, we are going to adopt that position either for the governors to take responsibility for the subsidy in their states based on the consumption or we look at other ways.

“For instance, if you say we paid N800bn subsidy, you will ask who are we paying the subsidy to? And if you look at the infrastructure development and capital programme of the Federal Government, it is about N1.1trn, almost 70 per cent of what you are spending on developing the economy.

“If there is no infrastructure development, then you cannot talk about the development of the economy. N800bn is a huge amount that we must look at it, who is benefiting from it.

“So, we are coming up with a strategy; we are going to meet in the months of May and June. By next meeting, we will definitely come up with a position of the government at both the level of volume of what is being brought into the country and what the state and federal governments collaborate to check.”

Adeosun reported to the council that the balance in the Excess Crude Account as of May 14, 2018, stood at $1, 830, 682, 945.30.

She also reported to Council that the current balance in the Stabilisation Account as of the same day stood at N15, 725,456,963.83.

She put the balance in the Natural Resources Development Fund at N116, 104,644,763.39.

The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udo Udoma, gave an update to council on the just-concluded Economic Recovery Growth Plan Focus Labs.

Udoma told members that the Labs identified 164 projects spread across the six geopolitical zones of the country.

He said the outcome indicated that over 500,000 jobs were likely to be created by 2020 and that more labs would be conducted in due course for other sectors.

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All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH.
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Collymond: 12:40pm On May 18, 2018
Mcalakowe:
Patronised made by IGP transmission naija T-shirt



***** PLS THIS STORY IS MORE IMPORTANT TO US AND A MUST READ ****

**** Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.*****



NNPC, NPA, FIRS, others failed to remit N526bn, $21bn –NEC [ audit firm, KPMG ]

Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja

Eighteen Federal Government’s revenue generating agencies failed to remit N526bn and $21bn into the Federation Account between 2010 and June 2015, an audit commissioned by the National Economic Council has revealed.

The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has therefore recommended that the affected agencies be made to refund the money.

Gombe State Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, disclosed this to State House correspondents at the end of a meeting of the NEC presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.

The council chaired by the Vice-President has all state governors, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and relevant ministers as members.

Dankwambo explained that the shortchanging by the agencies was detected by an audit firm, KPMG, which was contracted by the NEC to carry out a forensic audit of revenue remittances to the Federation Accounts by the NEC.

The governor listed the government agencies indicted of underpayment by the audit report to include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency and the Nigerian Communications Commission.

Others are the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Department of Petroleum Resources and the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, among others.

Apart from refunding the money, Dankwambo said a sub-committee would be set up to look into the details of the infringement.

He said those found to be criminal in nature would be handed over to the Attorney General of the Federation for action.

The governor said, “KPMG presented the report of the technical audit of RGAs, concluding that a total sum of N526bn and $21 bn was underpaid to the Federation Account.

“NEC’s Ad-hoc Committee which I head with members including governors of Edo, Kaduna, Akwa Ibom, Lagos states and the finance minister recommended refund of the amounts underpaid.

“Council adopted the presentations and reports of the KPMG and the recommendations of its Ad-hoc Committee including a resolution to identify instances where there appears to have been criminal infringements and forward such to the Attorney General of the Federation and the Legal Committee of the National Economic Council for further action.

“Council resolved to pursue the strengthening of the NNPC’s governance structure to prevent further recurrence of such gross underpayment by the NNPC and other RGAs.”

The governor said it was resolved that the audit period be extended to June 2017.

“One of the resolutions of NEC is to extend the audit to June 2017. So the audit will continue for the remaining agencies.

“It is NNOC, NPDC, DPR, Customs, Federal Internal Revenue Services, NPA, Maritime Authorities, all the revenue generating agencies and the details of the infringement are contained in the report. It is a voluminous report; there are a lot of items that are there.

“The most important decision that was taken is that a sub-committee will be set up which will be an arm of the legal committee of NEC that will look into the details of these kinds of infringements and make sure that those issues that are criminal and require prosecution will be handled by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation.”

Zamfara State Governor, Abdulaziz Yari, said the issue of whether states should henceforth determine how much is paid as fuel subsidy and not NNPC came up at the meeting.

He, however, said a final decision on the matter would be taken at the next meeting.

He said, “We are doing the nitty-gritty with the NNPC in terms of remittances. Don’t forget that the reason we got it right in 2016 on the NNPC side was that the oil prices were too low. It was easy for everyone to get fuel into the country and then make their profit.

“So, when the price started jacking up, then marketers started adjusting back because they needed to have a template of cost recovery and how they are going to make up the difference from the pump price to the landing cost of what they are importing.

“Our problem is the volume, the quantity of consumption which is not acceptable. Working with the governors, so many decisions were taken but by next month, we are going to adopt that position either for the governors to take responsibility for the subsidy in their states based on the consumption or we look at other ways.

“For instance, if you say we paid N800bn subsidy, you will ask who are we paying the subsidy to? And if you look at the infrastructure development and capital programme of the Federal Government, it is about N1.1trn, almost 70 per cent of what you are spending on developing the economy.

“If there is no infrastructure development, then you cannot talk about the development of the economy. N800bn is a huge amount that we must look at it, who is benefiting from it.

“So, we are coming up with a strategy; we are going to meet in the months of May and June. By next meeting, we will definitely come up with a position of the government at both the level of volume of what is being brought into the country and what the state and federal governments collaborate to check.”

Adeosun reported to the council that the balance in the Excess Crude Account as of May 14, 2018, stood at $1, 830, 682, 945.30.

She also reported to Council that the current balance in the Stabilisation Account as of the same day stood at N15, 725,456,963.83.

She put the balance in the Natural Resources Development Fund at N116, 104,644,763.39.

The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udo Udoma, gave an update to council on the just-concluded Economic Recovery Growth Plan Focus Labs.

Udoma told members that the Labs identified 164 projects spread across the six geopolitical zones of the country.

He said the outcome indicated that over 500,000 jobs were likely to be created by 2020 and that more labs would be conducted in due course for other sectors.

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All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH.
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by IFNOTGOD(m): 12:56pm On May 18, 2018
Berlyn1:
easy bros grin grin

dont allow me to transmit u o, commission u thereby omitting u from Nairaland.

my dear abeg make we laff joor since dem no dey give us for d loot atleast laughter na free
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Berlyn1(f): 1:11pm On May 18, 2018
IFNOTGOD:


dont allow me to transmit u o, commission u thereby omitting u from Nairaland.

my dear abeg make we laff joor since dem no dey give us for d loot atleast laughter na free
abi na grin
Re: Man Wears IGP's Transmission T-shirt (Photo) by Happibest22: 1:35pm On May 18, 2018
IGP get luck say e no read the speech close

to any transformer.The transmission would

have been transition.��

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