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We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by adenigga(m): 11:33am On Jan 21
The national register for recording all receipts of funds, materials, and other resources made available for the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic does not yet contain information to confirm that beneficiary agencies received the funds and donations registered for them, the Federal Government has said.

On January 15, 2021, The PUNCH exclusively reported that the Federal Government revealed that a total of N226.85bn was mobilised from various sources in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic between March and June 2020.

It made this public in the interim report on the special audit of the Federal Government of Nigeria’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the period of 1st March to 30th June 2020.

The report was released by the Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation and signed by the Auditor-General for the Federation, Anthony Ayine.

Additional details obtained from the report in Abuja on Wednesday showed that the Federal Government could not confirm if beneficiaries actually received the N226.8bn COVID-19 intervention funding.

The auditor-general’s report spotted some gaps in the documentation of the intervention process, as it stressed that the national register for the initiative should be improved.

It said, “The national register for recording all receipts of funds, materials, and other resources made available for the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic will require regular update and additional functionalities to be of maximum value.

“The current register, for example, does not yet contain information to confirm that beneficiary agencies received the funds and donations registered for them.

“Furthermore, all entries into the register should be dated to enable more useful reporting of its contents.”

The auditor-general’s report recommended that the national register be improved to enable the tracking of pledges, commitments and actual disbursements.


It said the register should track distributions, including where the funds or materials were received and the purpose/beneficiary to which they were applied.

“The register should be all encompassing and not limited to donations/materials brought to the attention of the PTF (Presidential Taskforce),” it stated.

The report added, “The PTF should introduce a regular process of circularising all stakeholders requesting confirmation of donations made and donations received.”

Nigeria reported its first case of COVID-19 on February 27, 2020, while the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari, inaugurated a 12-man Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 on March 17, 2020.

Source:
https://m.punchng.com/News/We-cant-confirm-beneficiaries-got-N226.8bn-intervention-grants-AuGF

Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by Xscape1993(m): 11:36am On Jan 21
Why are we always deceiving ourselves in this country? What a wonderful country, but ruled by wicked souls!
Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by Racoon(m): 11:45am On Jan 21
And heads have no rolled or started rolling? Off course that Minster of "Humanitarian Distaster" of a woman is the worst of them is Bubu's ally.So her corruption is no corruption in the eye of the most sanctimonious anti-corruption czar ever seen in histroy.

Of course no transparency and accountability with these scammers cum fraudsters.Crooked criminals in government.

Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by Golden057(m): 11:46am On Jan 21
This Federal Government is the most useless ever!

Bush meat go soon dey pursue the hunter!!!
Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by adenigga(m): 4:44pm On Jan 21
adenigga:

The national register for recording all receipts of funds, materials, and other resources made available for the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic does not yet contain information to confirm that beneficiary agencies received the funds and donations registered for them, the Federal Government has said.

On January 15, 2021, The PUNCH exclusively reported that the Federal Government revealed that a total of N226.85bn was mobilised from various sources in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic between March and June 2020.

It made this public in the interim report on the special audit of the Federal Government of Nigeria’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the period of 1st March to 30th June 2020.

The report was released by the Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation and signed by the Auditor-General for the Federation, Anthony Ayine.

Additional details obtained from the report in Abuja on Wednesday showed that the Federal Government could not confirm if beneficiaries actually received the N226.8bn COVID-19 intervention funding.

The auditor-general’s report spotted some gaps in the documentation of the intervention process, as it stressed that the national register for the initiative should be improved.

It said, “The national register for recording all receipts of funds, materials, and other resources made available for the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic will require regular update and additional functionalities to be of maximum value.

“The current register, for example, does not yet contain information to confirm that beneficiary agencies received the funds and donations registered for them.

“Furthermore, all entries into the register should be dated to enable more useful reporting of its contents.”

The auditor-general’s report recommended that the national register be improved to enable the tracking of pledges, commitments and actual disbursements.


It said the register should track distributions, including where the funds or materials were received and the purpose/beneficiary to which they were applied.

“The register should be all encompassing and not limited to donations/materials brought to the attention of the PTF (Presidential Taskforce),” it stated.

The report added, “The PTF should introduce a regular process of circularising all stakeholders requesting confirmation of donations made and donations received.”

Nigeria reported its first case of COVID-19 on February 27, 2020, while the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari, inaugurated a 12-man Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 on March 17, 2020.

Source:
https://m.punchng.com/News/We-cant-confirm-beneficiaries-got-N226.8bn-intervention-grants-AuGF

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Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by Nobody: 4:52pm On Jan 21
Na North na whoelse have been enjoying grants and freebies 20k for fulani women

Whoelse was given the last grant for poorest of the poor

Whoelse was the first lady of Nigeria shipping palliatives to during the lockdown

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Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by helinues: 4:53pm On Jan 21
Toh
Re: We Can’t Confirm Beneficiaries Got N226.8bn Intervention Grants – Augf by PrinceOfLagos: 4:54pm On Jan 21
And the stealing continues

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