In our Sunday, July 31 edition of The Guardian, we erroneously attributed the following statement to the House Committee Chair on Appropriation, Mustapha Dawaki.
“Once these projects are passed in the budget, (this member) will approach the agency and get the agency to give his front companies award letter and a short execution time, the companies will be given a letter of completion immediately which is to be dated within the usual 2 weeks deadline and the cheques will be written in the name of the companies and copied to (him) also. So tracking some of the job becomes difficult because who and where will you look for the job because it was awarded to no specific location or person, they just say awarded to Kano State.”
He was not the author of the statement. We regret the error
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