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REPS – TET FUND:REPS AD-HOC COMMITTEE VISITS KEBBI ON ALLEGED……………. 

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REPS – TET FUND:REPS AD-HOC COMMITTEE VISITS KEBBI ON ALLEGED…………….

By:Safiya Abdulrahim Dabban

 

The House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee mandated to investigate TET Funds activities which involved alleged N2.3 trillion meant to execute projects over the years in tertiary institutions across the country paid a monitoring visit to Kebbi State.

The Chairman of the Committee, Idem Unyime, the member representing Ukanafun/Orukanam Federal Constituency led the team on a courtesy call on the Deputy Governor, Senator Umar Abubakar, said that, they were in Kebbi State to monitor the activities carried out under the TET funds projects in tertiary institutions within the state.

Unyime stated that, the committee was mandated to go round the northern states to investigate the activities carried out in both federal and state tertiary institutions, which according to him Kebbi State is among the beneficiaries.

He explained that, the House of Representatives set up the Committee on 14 July this year considering the importance of education to the societal development, emphasizing that nothing could be achieved without education.

Responding, Kebbi State Deputy Governor, Senator Umar Abubakar, assured the Committee of all necessary support and cooperation to enable them discharge their duty diligently.

Senator Umar Abubakar said the activities of this ad-hoc Committee would no doubt assist the state as many projects in tertiary institutions were abandoned, stressing the need to either mobilize the contractors back to the sites or cancel the contract and reward it to capable hands for completion.

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