Adamawa State government has inaugurated a 4 man Administrative Panel of Enquiry to investigate the activities of the Millennium Development Goals, MDGs, from inception to date in the state.
Performing the inauguration at the conference hall government house Yola Monday, Deputy Governor, Engr. Martins Nasir Babales said the panel is constituted not to witch-hunt anybody but to put record straight for purpose of good governance.
He said this administration came on board with good mission of unity and development and will in the process, correct wrongs of the past and make records clear.
Babale charged the members of the committee to investigate all allocations made to the state MDG from inception to date and ascertain the money received from federal government as counterpart funding.
The investigative committee which has Alfah Belel as chairman,has four weeks within which to submit reports.
Other members of the panel include; Jim Audu, Shuaibu Babas and Ayuba Tumba to serve as members while Musa Ahmed Gaude is the Secretary of the panel.
Terms of reference of the committee include to ascertain total number of capital projects and contracts awarded and contractors involved.
Others are to look into all allocations of the Adamawa State MDG’s office from inception to date, ascertain the total amount of money received from the federal government as counterpart fund as well as to ascertain total amount of money allocated by the state government as its counterpart funding released to MDG’s office.
Some of the reference is to ascertain the compliance of the state MDG’s office regarding the required resolutions of state house of assembly and all funds spent.
Others are to ascertain the level of compliance with due process and procurement act on all capital and recurrent expenditure among others.
Responding, chairman of the panel, Alpha Belel promise to justify the confidence reposed on them and promised to discharge their duties without fear or favour.

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