Niger Delta Women Calls on Tinubu to Publish Forensic Audit Report

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The women leaders of ethnic nationalities in the Niger Delta have called on the president, Bola Tinubu to publish the report of the forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission.

The leader of the delegation, Ann-Kio Briggs made the call during an interactive meeting with the Managing Director of NDDC, Samuel Ogbuku, in Port Harcourt on Monday.

The forensic audit of the NDDC was set up by the ex-president Muhammadu Buhari in 2021 to investigate the activities of the interventionist agency from inception to August 2019.

Briggs noted that several months after the exercise was concluded, the government has maintained a sealed lip as to when the forensic report will be made available to Nigerians.

She said the delayed publication of the report of a forensic audit of NDDC was unacceptable especially as billions were spent to carry out the audit.

Written by: Helen Obih

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