Plateau State governor, Simon Lalon, would on Wednesday constitute a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to ascertain and establish all financial allocations, funds, grants or monetary interventions and revenues which accrued to or in the name of the Government of Plateau State of Nigeria. Ministries, Departments, Agencies, MDAs, Officials or Agents from the Federal Government of Nigeria or any International Institutions or Donor Agencies from 29th May 2007 to 29th May 2015.
This was contained in a press statement signed by Emmanuel Nanle, his director of Press affairs and made available to newsmen in Jos yesterday.
The statement reads that the Judicial Commission of Inquiry would be chaired by Justice Stephen Adah.
To “it is aimed to ascertain and establish all loans granted to or obtained by the Government of Plateau State of Nigeria through any of its Ministries, Departments, Agencies, MDAs, and the purpose for which such loans were obtained and whether the loans were used for such purpose.
“To ascertain whether any property belonging to the Government of Plateau State or any of its Ministries, Departments, Agencies, MDAs, Parastatals and Institutions which were sold or in any way concessioned to any person, or institution, by any Government Ministry, Department, Agency, MDAs, or officials within the period, followed due process or procedure and whether the proceeds of such sale or concession were paid into appropriate Government coffers.
“It also reads that it is also to ascertain whether any property or properties purchased or acquired for or in the name of the Government of Plateau State were purchased in line with due process and procedure.
“To ascertain all contracts awarded by the Government of Plateau State or any of its Ministries, Departments, Agencies, MDAs, Parastatals or Officials between 29th May 2007 and 29th May 2015, the process or procedure followed in the award of such contracts, the value of each contract (including any variations and whether such variations were necessary and done in good faith), the level of execution or completion of each of them and the amount paid to the contractor as at 29th May 2015“.
“Also, all the total amount paid by the Government of Plateau State as salaries and allowances of serving and retired State Civil Servants, Local Government Employees and Political Appointees from 29th May 2007 to 29th May 2015; And to further establish whether any person or employee of Government received multiple payments of salaries or pensions, and the role played by any person(s) towards such payments “.
The Commission of Inquiry will be inaugurated at Government House Banquet Hall, Little Rayfield, the statement further added.


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