The House of Representatives on Tuesday raised questions over a “purported” presidential approval withholding some special Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation accounts from being transferred to the Treasury Single Account.
The accounts, with funds worth N50bn, are still being kept by commercial banks in breach of the TSA policy, which provides that all accounts belonging to Ministries, Departments and Agencies of government should be transferred to the TSA.
The TSA, a centralised Federal Government revenue account, is kept by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
A Nigerian firm, SystemSpecs, provides the Remita electronic platform for running the TSA, saving the Federal Government revenue that could, ordinarily, have been lost.
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Few days ago, social media was ablaze with the celebration of Tochukwu Okafor who carted away EVERY award in Engineering from UNIBEN namely:
Best Graduating Student, University of Benin. — Dean’s Prize to the Best Graduating Student in academic performance, Faculty of Engineering. — Department Prize to the Best Graduating Student, Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. — Nigerian Society of Engineers Prize to the Best Overall Graduating Student in the Faculty of Engineering. — Arch. Aminu Abubakar Prize to the Best Graduating Student in the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. — Nicholas and Victoria Osifo Memorial Scholarship to the Best Graduating Student in Engineering.
He graduated with a stunning 4.95CG...
Amiwero: NPA has no right to terminate contract
Maritime workers fell FG to resolve face-off now
Termination of contract will impact negatively on revenue, efficiency at Onne port
The Nigerian Importers Integrity Association (NIIA) has weighed in on the controversy trailing the termination of the pilotage service agreement signed between oil and gas logistics giant, INTELS Nigeria Limited and the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) arguing that the contract is legal, constitutional and similar to the joint venture agreements signed by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) with the International Oil Companies (IOCs).
NIIA President, Godwin Onyekazi, also said that termination of the contract will impact negatively on government revenue and on efficiency at Onne Port....