Abuja - An investigation has revealed that more than 1,500 staff employed by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) have shunned a directive ordering them to declare their assets to the company.
According to a Naij report, as of May 2016, only just over 70 percent of the staff contingent at the NNPC had complied with the order, leaving approximately 30 percent of staff assets still undeclared.
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“What obtained before August 4, 2015, when the corporation got a new group managing director in person of Dr Ibe Kachikwu is that nobody cares about whether anybody declares assets or not,” a senior staff of NNPC disclosed under the condition of anonymity, New Telegraph reports.
In addition, a report compiled by KPMG indicated that the corporation deducted subsidy claims to the tune of N28.5 billion between 2007 and 2009 alone, and has since been unable to account of the amount.
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