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  • economy

    Adamawa, USAID review audit manual for effective  service delivery

    The Adamawa  Government with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s State to State project has trained auditors and reviewed financial audit manual and checklist for effective service delivery. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the participants were drown from the office of the Auditor General from both state and Local Government, ministries, departments and…

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  • Technology

    CEO arrested over missing $2billion

    Markus Braun, the Austrian tech entrepreneur who built Wirecard into one of Germany’s biggest companies, has been arrested after a $2.1 billion hole exploded in its accounts. Munich prosecutors confirmed Tuesday that Braun, Wirecard’s former CEO, was arrested on suspicion of having inflated the digital payment company’s balance sheet and sales through fake transactions in order to make it more…

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  • Opinion

    Who is afraid of the NDDC Forensic Audit?

    The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) was established in the third quarter of the Year 2000, under the Act No.6 of the National Assembly which provides for the repeal of the defunct Oil Mineral Producing Areas Commission Decree 1998. This bold move was geared towards a re-organised management structure for an effective Commission by the Federal Government, in favour of…

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  • Africa

    Zimbabwe to audit COVID-19 donations

    The Zimbabwe Government will audit all donations it has received in the fight against COVID-19 to ensure transparency and accountability. The Office of the Auditor-General will carry out the systems audit after the country has received an overwhelming response in donations from local companies and various countries around the world, including China. “We have been asked to carry out a…

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  • News

    Jonathan denies looting govt, orders release of NNPC forensic report

    President Goodluck Jonathan has described as untrue accusations that his government is involved in any last minute looting ahead of the May 29, 2015 handover date to the incoming government of General Muhammadu Buhari. In a statement by his spokesman, Dr. Reuben Abati, said the allegation of looting by the spokesman of the All Progressives Congress, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was…

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