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‘How prevailing situation delays NDDC’s forensic audit’


Field Forensic Auditors from the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs on physical verification of the forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) have blamed delay of the project on the security situation in the South East.

Team lead of the auditing firm for Imo and Abia states, Egwuenu Gloria, stated this at the weekend, while inspecting the project sites undertaken by BBC professionals.

Gloria confirmed to journalists during inspection by the Field Forensic Auditors in Imo and Abia states that auditors handling Lot 8 in Imo State visited the site and confirmed that it was working effectively.


She explained that the inspection was informed by negative reports on social media that most of the forensic auditors had either abandoned the projects, or were not on ground.

She noted that the team is working assiduously to ensure that it executes its job diligently, thoroughly and efficiently.

On his part, Head of Projects at the Abia State Office of NDDC, Raymond Ogara, said the commission executed some road projects, transformer installation, renovation of schools and water projects in the area, which the forensic auditors had already assessed.


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