Nigerian government stops controversial budgetary allocations

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The Nigerian government has discontinued the allocation of funds for the maintenance of plants and generators in its foreign missions and embassies in countries with stable power supply.

This stoppage comes years after a PREMIUM TIMES’ investigation exposed the controversial budgetary disbursement.

The award-winning investigationrevealed the allocation of nearly a quarter of a billion Naira for the maintenance of generators to foreign embassies, which clearly have no need for power generators due to the absence of power cuts in the countries.

The story revealed that despite paying N523 million for electricity charges in 2013, the embassies would spend an extra N170 million – N117 million for fuelling and N51.9 million for maintenance of plants – to power generators in some 100 foreign missions.

The investigation discovered that the funds for the maintenance of generator was not a feature of previous budgets until it was inserted in the 2013 budget.

But a review of the recently released 2017 budget estimate shows that the government has partially discontinued the controversial allocations. The controversial provisions were also not made in the 2016 budgets.

In the 2017 budget, while no funds were allocated for fuelling and maintenance of plants and generators, in foreign missions in countries with stable power supply, funds were allocated for the maintenance of generators and plants in countries with erratic power supply, mainly Third-World countries.

For instance, while funds were allocated for the maintenance and fuelling of generators in missions in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Malaysia and Cameroon, allocations for the items were not made for missions in Germany, China, Turkey, Switzerland, Vietnam, Pakistan, United States.

In African capitals, no funds were allocated for maintenance and fuelling of generators in foreign missions in Dakar, Maputo, Kigali, Pretoria, and Tunis.

The mission in Cairo got an allocation of N3,072,000.00 for fuelling of generator but received no allocations for generator maintenance. Similarly, the mission in Algiers was allocated N614,000 for fuelling of generator but received nothing for generator maintenance.

The mission domiciled in Lisbon, Portugal was, however, allocated N192,000.00 for generator maintenance.

It is the only Western-based mission that received allocation for generator maintenance.

However, no fund was allocated for fuelling of the generator. Portugal, like most other European countries, has regular power supply.


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  • Senator D

    Is it NOT time for government establishments to have there own IPP (Independent Power Plant)? From the Presidency to the Ministries and Departments down to the State Government Lodges, National Assembly and so on… The amount of money wasted on Generator maintenance and fueling is enough to have an independent power plant with 24-hours light supplied to that complex without undue demand on the NATIONAL power grid… Every year millions and billions are budgeted for Power consumption both home and abroad. Even Airports in are supposed to have independent power plants supplying 24-hours light. The same goes to the Universities in Nigeria with all the Graduates of Physics, Chemistry and Electrical Electronics they churn out every year they still can’t generate independent power for 24-hours! Can we please stop this madness? Do you know how many jobs we can create with IPP?

    • Kokoman

      Makes sense. They can sell excess to the surrounding conurbation

  • Senator D

    Lagos State should be able to generate 24-hours light from it’s beaches and wind. Borno and other Northern states can generate 24-hours light from solar plants to their government lodges and MDAs. Same goes for the Eastern part of Nigeria who can invest in Geothermal Plants. What is wrong with those Professors in Nigeria? How can you have Professors of Physics, Chemistry, Electrical Electronics and big big titles yet they can’t NOT use their Initiatives? Do you know we can generate light using Concave and Convex mirrors? If we build huge Concave lenses we can use it to generate enough heat from the Sunlight and project it to thermal engines that convert it to electricity or heat. What is wrong with Nigeria?

    • djay

      Black man is not creative in nature but submissive.

      • thusspokez

        Black Africa man is not creative

        I disagree: there are many creative people of African-decent out there, but creative idea without fund to support it ends in the grave.

        The problem is financial support. Recollect how much Nigerian looters ‘money spree’ in wedding parties of sons or daughters of… 10% of the money could help support a young business to become the future Microsoft, Boeing, etc.

        • Senator D

          Do you know some years ago I designed a fibre fish tank and took it to a “Honourable” member and he said he will go through it and invest in it. Days later he simply photocopied the material and returned the plan back to me. I told him, “It will never be well with him”… Same goes for banks who steal ideas, when you submit your business plan for funding, but fail to establish these ideas because they are NOT the original initiators and cannot have the same insight, passion and drive as the idea creators. We must do something about this quickly… Not 5,000-naira every month. The nect campaign in 2019 will be on social welfare packages instead of 24-hours electricity, liberalizing of the monopolistic economy, tax relief for investors and infrastructural development and sustainability…

          • thusspokez

            Dad left us with many old Nigerian newspapers cuttings, and in one, I read about a young Nigerian aeronautical engineer who had arrived back in Nigerian with his American wife; business plan and aircraft designs in the 1970s. But after being kicked around like football by various government departments for too long, the chap decided to return to the US with his wife. I have often wondered what happened to him. Nigeria might well be manufacturing its own aircrafts now if he had been given financial support.

            …campaign in 2019 will be on social welfare packages instead of 24-hours electricity, liberalizing of the monopolistic economy, tax relief for investors and infrastructural development…

            This is one of my main concern too. It is the genesis of another kind of corruption — bribery through the back door. It would be used to win votes and whoever promises to increase it will win elections. How can Nigeria afford it? And once it is put in place, it would be mass riot if any politician tries to stop it. Nigerian leaders are obviously not blessed with critical mind — this is one more fine mess in the making that future generations will inherit to add to other problems.

    • thusspokez

      What is wrong with Nigeria?

      Indeed, what is wrong with Nigeria? Nigerians know the answer but nevertheless ‘self-paralyse’ themselves from taking remedial actions except blame one another ethnic group.

      Sunlight is free, and countries like Pakistan run their street lights on solar power and battery. Nigeria seems to be waiting for a foreign company to come and do it for them. 36 states and one federal government and yet not one has investment in the manufacturing of solar panels — a very profitable business.

    • Rommel

      Those professors acquired those degrees just to put food on their tables and not for knowledge dissemination

      • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

        Lol

    • Kokoman

      Like Israel we are wandering the widerness for 40 years. Untill the generation that leftt captivity are no more we will yet be entering the promised land of milk and honey bruv.

    • Epsilon_Delta

      Because you can’t have an independent power plant in Nigeria! All generated power must be sent to and distributed from the dilapidated National Grid, blame those that made those oppressive laws!

  • Francis

    How can anyone allocate money for generator maintenance in Portugal? I have been here for over 4 years and light never blink for a second, so which generator are they maintaining or someone in the foreign affairs still want todupe Nigeria????

  • RAPE on the NigerDelta

    There is massive poverty in the Niger Delta. There is nothing to show for the wealth of the region as monies from the region are used to develop Abuja and the rest of the country. The only benefit the oil producing and resource owners – Biafra and Niger Delta regions benefit from Nigeria are :
    – Pollution
    – Neglect
    – Violence
    – Military Occupation
    – Wanton arrest of its citizens
    – Harassment
    – Sponsored propaganda to defame
    – Bypass in political appointments
    – Hate, hate and more hate
    – Etc etc, etc

    SECESSION is the only way for the Niger Delta and and the East if they must achieve their potentials. Buhari can remain president of the rest of Nigeria and those of us who do not want to be associated with Nigeria in any way should be left alone to live our dreams and fly to our destination – have our own country. And this is what we must do.

    • Apostel

      that’s exactly the view of an illiterate Delta moron. Killing, raping, looting, kidnapping, rejecting any kind of work, destroying of environment and then scream: The others are to blame. You’re exactly where you belong, namely in your own filth

      • @TheKene1

        You can’t even spell your name well, yet you sit there thinking you know what the average Niger Deltan is going through or what they deserve in a country they practically feed.
        ..SMH..

        The spelling is Apos”tle”, not Apos”tel”.
        Correct it, then off to nursery school you go..

        Ungrateful people.

    • Teflonjones

      There is widespread poverty in the land. This government is primarily a disaster.

    • Sylvester

      I sure sympathize with your plight my brother, but this is not the absolute truth. I bet you, the above ills you mentioned will still continue even after you secede; as these ills resulted WITH THE CONNIVING OF MOST OF YOUR TRIBAL POLITICAL/TRADITIONAL/RELIGIOUS LEADERS. Except you change these your leaders, the problems will continue even after your secession. These your leaders are not ‘suffering’ from the ills you mentioned above, but enjoying and smiling to the banks; both home and abroad. Instead of seceding and moving from fry pan to fire, why don’t we collectively CHANGE THE QUALITY OF OUR LEADERS in Nigeria and therefore have a more better Nigeria, that is flourishing and fair / equal to ALL, irrespective of tribe or religion. Most Nigerians, irrespective of tribe or religion ‘experience’ all the ills you mentioned above. GOD HELP NIGERIA!

      • Senator D

        First the National assembly must expunge from the constitution the so-called “State of Origin clause” and replace it with “State of Birth” as obtainable in South Africa. One can claim citizenship by state of birth NO longer by Sate of Origin. A law should be promulgated that will make it illegal and a jailable offence (upto 50-years) for anyone to ask for your state of origin before you get any position in public service…

        • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

          Better still, State of Residence, with the appropriate confirmation tools are what we need.

          • Senator D

            Thanks for using a better CLAUSE… But then we would have issues with aliens that was why State of Birth is important because you must show your Birth Certificate from the birth registry of that state as proof…

          • Kokoman

            Creating business and an avenue for our corrupt judiciary? What happened to the national ID?

          • Senator D

            A lot is so so wrong…

          • Kokoman

            But do we have to give up and bury our heads in the sand or wallow in the mess self inflicted? God forbid; for the proverb that says, “failed dreams makes the heart sick, but the ones we achieve brings life and joy”.

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            Bruv, seriously, I don’t mind desirable “aliens”.

            The collective talent can only benefit the recipient states. Take the cases of the USA, UK, Australia and Canada as an illustration of my point here.

            The diversity would also be superb. Lagos State is also almost a classic case in Nigeria because it has given leeway to almost anybody to claim its “citizenship”.

            I would rather we lay emphasis on things like proof of residence such as school attendances, evidence of tax payments, property ownership, local connections etc

          • Senator D

            You right bruh… 100% kworrekt!

    • Rommel

      Since 1999,over $43 billion has been poured into the Niger delta, no other part of Nigeria received half of that amount,what has been the impact?

      • Kokoman

        One tenth of the damage caused since oil and gas was discovered in the region.

        • Rommel

          Over 80% of the damage was mostly self inflicted either through oil theft or vandalism for compensation

  • Senator D

    APC came with the populist agenda promising us immediate relief. They came with their blame game causing people to be swayed towards them. But now we see they are NO different from those they demonized before coming to power. In 2019 we do not want these populist campaign anymore we want a BLUEPRINT… Yes we want a national debate and Master Plan for the FOUR years of power…Anyone who can not go on national debate and show us four-years of solid Economic, Security, Infrastructural and Financial Plan will not see our vote… Let the sensitization begin NOW!

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      APC made these as campaign pledges and people voted for them on that basis.

      Those who did not vote or support APC have no right to tell them not to keep those promises. The greater majority in democracy believed the promise and want them kept.

      This is a step in the right direction. What you advocate is not wrong, but it is not different from asking that the roof be erected on a building where the foundation stone is only just being laid.

      • Senator D

        And who told you I did not vote for Buhari? I have a right to speak against ineptitude!

        • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

          I did not personalise that aspect of my comment. Go check.

          But having stated that, it would be remiss of you if you voted for him and do not expect him to keep to that promise.

          No one is saying you shouldn’t speak out against ineptitude, but when you lambast the Party for keeping a campaign pledge, it’s no longer criticism. Keeping a promise is not the same as ineptitude.

          • Senator D

            okay…

  • Senator D

    Enough of hand-outs from these thieves in POWER… How can a governor build road and then the PRESIDENT comes to commission it? Is that NOT our social right and the social responsibility of the governor? Is Building roads an achievement? Sinking a borehole in my community is that supposed to be a fanfare? 5,000-naira stipend is that the security, Jobs and 24-hour power supply we should be celebrating now? What is happening? Buhari plus APC plus PDP God-Almighty will make sure your children and your children’s children reap all the evils and hardships you all have put Nigerians through both directly and indirectly. I pray and curse everyone of you for this monstrous and evil wickedness… Can your son or daughter feed on 5,000-naira daily????

  • Kokoman

    It is wrong for the Federal Government to stop this budgetary alocations for the maintenance of plants and generators in any Nigerian foreign missions and embassies in countries with stable power supply anywhere in the world for security reasons. When a country or persons decides to cause us a problem, we must be ready to protect ourselves, especially foriegn mission personels marooned within the embassy premises; afterall it is supposed to be our territory. We have left the door open for the devil to walk in unchallenged by this action. I believe the allocation should be ringfenced in a special account in case of emergency. Communications such as telephone should also be in this category.

    • Senator D

      Wrong idea bro. If we have our Independent Power Plant in our Embassies it saves us cost of paying for electricity and we can save our consumption. If I generate my own power I save more and I am more protected from attacks!

      • Kokoman

        Can you be more clearer? I know, by generating your own electricity is more expensive, if not longterm, shortterm.

        • Senator D

          If it cost me 2-Billion naira to invest in an IPP Solar Farm that will carry me for 25-years. Is that not better than budgeting 400-million for POWER annually? The immediate cost is high but the long term benefit NOT quantifiable (In the long run I saved 8-billion naira). Similarly, if I have an IPP that I manage and run myself I am at a lower security risk than that which is supplied and managed by a second or even a third…

          • Kokoman

            Missions move and not a permanent entity and obsolence is another factor; I am sure commulatively the cost of moving around with these space consumables could become more expensive!

          • Senator D

            Don’t come here with those games. Do you move yearly? And why would you move when you can have more than one office in a nation like the American, and British embassies in Lagos and Abuja.

          • Kokoman

            We are not as reach as them and should be ready for new and cheap things. Samsung has just announce they have replaced their old burners with an A3 one. No games my dear.

          • Senator D

            What am saying is it is wrong, in the first place, for Julius Berger to have built Aso Rock and the National Assembly because they (JB) can always sell us out to foreign powers, if you know what I mean. Same goes for power supply. The more we are independent the safer we are…

          • Kokoman

            As an engineer I know. Our territorial intergrity was compromised from the day we let in the whiteman into our homes.

          • Senator D

            God bless you!

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            I can agree with you on the JB scenario as you painted because of the obviously possible compromise of national security, but it’s not on the same level as providing electricity to foreign missions and embassies.

          • Senator D

            Do you know BBC (now ABB) built AFAM power station? What am saying is about us becoming self-sufficient. As for the high commissions we must let them put the money in back-up power plants which are Independent of fossil fuels should-in-case…

    • share Idea

      It is a pity that some people sees running of government from prism of personal enterprise without taking into consideration all the reasons why such provisions are made.

      If Nigeria have strong institutions and a budget is made for fueling of generator, will they not be evidence of receipt, and when someone provides wrong/fake receipt and is investigated and found culpable should government not take appropriate actions instead of throwing a baby away with bad water.

      Even American embassy has generator in UK, and I know such generator would have maintenance and fueling budgetary allocations.

      • Senator D

        How much does these foreign mission generate? And how much is their expenditure? If we use the German embassy for example in Victoria Island they generate about 36-million averagely monthly according to someone working there… That translates to 360M in ten months… What about our embassy in Germany?

  • Aloy Kris

    I live in Malaysia and there are no power cuts in Malaysia. Electricity supply is available 24/7, so why the allocation for Malaysia? They didn’t do a thorough job, just playing to the gallery…

  • Kokoman

    Exactly my point. There are precedents .

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      Bruv, be kind enough to point out one and I’ll hold up my hands.

      I trust you remember the 1973 raid on Entebbe by the Israelis. It is the closest to what you describe and it wasn’t even against an Embassy, but at the airport where the hostages were kept.

      • Kokoman

        Take the arguments between Obama america and Putin russia. America can only close two side kicks and claim Russia impinged on best international practice. It is like sticking your hand in your arse, smelling it and blaming the devil seeking justice.

  • Senator D

    Wrong idea. If we have our Independent Power Plant in our Embassies it saves us cost of paying for electricity and we can save our consumption. If I generate my own power I save more and I am more protected from attacks!

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      Not really, Senator D.

      Check the years when even Libya was ostracised by the UK and the West following the killing of Yvonne Fletcher by a gun fired from the Libyan Embassy. No one cut its electricity or amenities supplies.

      Even when Mr. Snowden decided to hide himself inside a foreign embassy, no one moved against the amenities of the Embassy. These things are controlled by Conventions no less powerful than the Geneva Conventions. The protocols are not breached willy-nilly because the precedents are just not there, and are of course, so easy to retaliate worldwide. It’s just not part of diplomacy.

      Aside from these well-established reasons not to, there is no economic justification for the economic outlay this would involve in countries where the need is virtually non-existent. State actors do not operate at that level of consideration.

      • Senator D

        Okay your argument holds water here. Good one bro…

        • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

          Thanks, Bruv.

  • Cairo maintains 24/7 electricity supply. I wonder why making provision for plant service and fueling. This is pure corruption. Many African countries maintain stable electricity compares to Nigeria. Everything about Nigeria is corruption and retrogression

    • Kokoman

      Those african countries you have in mind are a generation behind Nigeria in all aspects of life. Say for example, if you build a business/house today, tomorrow 10 would be built around it; putting 10 times more presure on already existing services. Will we call that stability or or rapid development. What I think you should be saying is Nigeria should think how to better supply primary services to follow trends.

  • Nigerian Patriot

    Senator, you continue to display a pattern of personal confusion and inconsistency in your statements. In one breath you are claiming to believe that Nigeria is in the sorry mess it finds itself due to the evil PDP era.. very true ofcourse.. Yet in another breath you come out to lash at President Buhari and the current APC-led regime. What exactly is it that you want? You keep on harping on a so-called BLUEPRINT, but conveniently gloss over the many actions, plans and programmes executed by Buhari’s administration from inception till date. But I don’t blame you, maybe you need to inform yourself better on current events.

    • Kokoman

      I hate responding to butt leakers; for, as soon as they open their mouth, your smell where their bread is buttered. Be objective!

      • otunga

        @senator n co…Get a life and give others much needed space..go to channelstv or AIT if u got anything to say else just piss off!

        • Senator D

          Who gave you internet and nokia phone? Okponu Oshi… Lagido Obo!

    • sab

      Nigerian Patriot, as a patriotic Nigerian as your name implies, kindly name the many actions, plans and programmes executed by this Buhari administration.

      • Senator D

        He arrested Dasuki and Nnamdi Kanu and proposes to try them secretly, whatever that means or intends to achieve. He also arrested Justices of High Courts. He even took the leadership of the National Assembly to court. He looked the other way on corruption allegations against the SGF, Danbazzu, Burutai, Amaechi and so on. Then he implemented TSA which except for El Rufai no other APC governor towed the same line with him, NOT even Oshiomhole his diehard supporter. He tagged Niger Delta militants rogues and thieves but said no word about Fulani herdsmen. He even spoke through his DSS/SSS DG of the plan to attack law abiding Fulani Herdsmen but never commiserated with those massacred by these herdsmen. Abeg, Bubu has done a lot. Let’s give him kudos for his courage and political shrewdness… 2019 for Bubu can somebody say AMEN?

        • Kokoman

          Amen!!!!!! But now the devils in the senate and the house are out to get their pound of flesh from him. 2017 budget? Ride on brothers and sisters in the senate. Season of dollars changing hands. South Kaduna is their side kick.

          • Senator D

            Do you know the Christmas bonus in the Senate is no longer $80K? Bro these people (Politicians be they APC or PDP) have really drained Nigeria!

          • Kokoman

            Kusshi.

    • Dgreatest

      Because PDP were/are bad does not provide room for anyone to automatically declare Buhari/APC as better options.
      PDP led govt had nothing to offer and were extremely corrupt, APC/PMB on the other hand seems to be worse. Both are not worthy options to deserve any accolades.

  • Maria

    Generator in Portugal? What a scam?! They have no generator there! Portugal enjoys better quality of life than even England. I have lived in both countries. It is very disgraceful that Nigeria embassy in Lisbon is asking for fuelling and maintenance of generator they do no have. Portugal enjoys one of the most stable power in the world!

    • marc umeh

      A nation of thieves !!!

  • Nigerian Patriot

    Kokoman,, Honestly bro, like you infered; just because you yourself think and speak with your asshole doesn’t mean everybody else shares such distateful proclivities.. And No; I don’t think you “hate” responding. Infact, what you obviously love to do is to run down persons without provocation and without reason. If objectivity in your own warped dictionary means pandering to self-centred views or accepting any half-baked opinion then you seriously need to consider revisiting elementary school. Obviously, you fail to grasp that there are still Nigerians out there who genuinely care and love their country even without being direct or indirect beneficiaries of the Buhari government.

    • Senator D

      Can you be less personal and make your contributions without fighting but trying to make a sound argument?

      • Kokoman

        I think he was being a baby.

      • Kokoman

        What he has failed to grasp with his professor brain is Buhari is not a person but a government.

    • Senator D

      I have nothing against Buhari but against his after thought actions. He should be proactive and respond soundly and NOT with any form of ethnic colouration or religious bigotry. Let him call a spade a spade and objectively accept blame where he fails.

    • Senator D

      When Buhari was sworn in in less than 24-hours power improved across Nigeria. Our refineries worked then all of a sudden they began to fail. Why? Because he allowed ethnic and religious bigotry get in the way. I remember that same week the FCT football association paid-off all the back-log of bonuses owed players. Similarly, the street lights in Kubwa began to work. But now the fear of Buhari has waned since he allowed his integrity to be tainted with vendetta rather than sound reasoning and objective rationale! The truth be told NO right thinking person takes Buhrai’s fight against corruption seriously to heart again. No ONE not even you… After all that was said about Amaechi and Co. by sitting Justices.

      • Kokoman

        Our Moses leading the unrulely to he promised land? I wonder the shock Moses must have had when God took his brother and two sons. He even paid the ultimate price by failing to achieve his dream of leading his people to land of milk and honey.

  • Gary

    Nice to read of efforts to make savings from unnecessary expenditures in the foreign service budget. But how about applying the same fine comb for spending at home on service and maintenance of generators?

    Most of the MODs request for funds for not only new generators and also money to service them in the first year of use. One would expect that a thrifty government will not accept a bid from any dealer without a manufacturer’s warranty to cover the service and maintenance of the equipment in the first years of use.

    By the way, with the huge reliance on power generators in Nigeria currently and for the foreseeable future, are generators being locally made or assembled in Nigeria? That is how China used its size and huge market to obtain technology transfer and jobs from the West: any hi-tech equipment you want to sell to China MUST be partially made or assembled in China. Yes, including aircraft by the likes of Boeing.

    We shouldby now have at least two generator assembly factories in Nigeria. And not struggling to supply prepaid meters for consumers for a power sector that was hastily privatized without local capital or technical know-how.
    However, we know that awarding yearly contracts for the importation and supply of new generators is more lucrative for the bureaucrats who want to build their own mansions in the village and Abuja and send their wards to school abroad.

    • Senator D

      Good point of note… Remain intellectually capable till your old age! God bless you…

      • Gary

        Amen, thanks and you too.

    • Kokoman

      Now is the chance for every capable Nigerian to produce something – be it akara made for those with diabetes or small generators that use wastes to generate enough power for Idiaraba. China copies and make substandard products. I remember when I used to go and buy made in China singlets before going back to boarding school. Wash them once and they tripple in size. It has never changed but it helps.

      • Senator D

        Are you saying we should start copy and paste, like China? Okay no wahala… I am in the forefront!

        • Kokoman

          Nothing in life is original. Even Jesus or Mohamed produced the original. They came to an original conclusion.

          • Senator D

            You don carry come ooooo… No religion here oooo… abeg edit your comment…

    • marc umeh

      China is not a black nation. So don’t compare.

  • Don Corleone

    @senator/koko…wasted youth of Nigeria whose office is PT, no serious individual has the time to waste arguing in a virtual space…apply for n-power and maybe, just maybe you guys might be considered and you can be on the true path of progress and get off our faces

    • Senator D

      Keep changing your name. No wahala… I plan to name my dog APC…

    • Senator D

      Now I know your objectives of N-Power is to gather youths for 2019… Olodo rabatta… You have failed before you even began!

    • Senator D

      Are you online with your Nokia 3310? No wonder you are writing balderdash here…

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  • David

    If the Federal Ministry of Power budgets more than 300-million naira for “POWER” why shouldn’t embassies and high commissions budget 10-billion each?

    • harshman

      ???

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  • Man_Enough

    Means the funds allocated to foreign missions are never audited.