Accountant General, Customs CG clash over N28bn unremitted fund

Accountant-General, Customs Cg, Unremitted Fund

Accountant-General, Customs Cg

2/21/2020

Accountant General, Customs CG clash over N28bn unremitted fund

Kindly Share This Story Sunday Aborisade, Abuja The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali (retd.), on Thursday disagreed with the Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, over the N28bn allegedly under-remitted into the Federation Account in 2015. Ali and Idris appeared before the Senate Public Accounts Committee to address the panel over the audit query issued to the Accountant General Office by the Auditor-General of the Federation, Anthony Ayine. Ayine had in his Financial Statement for 2015 asked the Accountant-General to explain the differentials in the amount remitted by the Customs Service and the figures contained in his own records. The audited report showed that the NCS remitted N185bn as against N157bn in the Accountant-General’s document. The Accountant-General who was represented by a director in his office, Feyintola Olusegun, had earlier referred the Auditor-General and the Senate Panel to the NCS for clarification. The NCS boss while appearing before the Senator Matthew Uroghide-led SPAC on Thursday absolved his agency of any wrongdoing. Ali said the query was strange to the service because the mode of Customs collections was purely automated. The Accountant-General therefore said the N28bn was for ECOWAS Stabilisation Fund for 2015. The members of the panel said the Accountant-General’s latest explanations did not reflect in his earlier written submission to the Senate Panel. He was also unable to provide documentary evidence to back up his claim. On the query of non-remittance of pension fund, Ali admitted that his command defaulted in 2015 because it did not have sufficient funds to meet up with the obligation. But the Accountant-General was asked to explain the N37.8bn borrowed from the 10 per cent Rice Level Account for urgent expenditure in 2013. The Senate Panel asked why the Accountant General had failed to include the loan in the budget since then. The Customs Service benefitted N4.5bn from the said loan. Other beneficiaries of the unpaid loan are the Independent National Electoral Commission, PHCN, and NIMCOMSAT. The Senate panel, however, asked the Accountant General to come forward with details of the loan that could help it conclude its probe. The Chairman of the Senate panel expressed disappointment with the MDAs over their inability to defend audit queries issued to them. Urhogide lamented that for over five years, many MDAs hadn’t produced their audited accounts. He said, “How can we say we are fighting corruption under this situation? “The Customs Act says you must send in your audited accounts, six months into another financial year. “We must clear the outstanding unaudited accounts. What the President does with this will tell us how we are fighting corruption.” Copyright PUNCH. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: DOWNLOAD THE PUNCH NEWS APP NOW ON Receive Alerts on: Read more: The Punch Newspapers

And we keep hearing of borrowing from China more and more Nonsense talk. This one is it up for argument? You bring your payment proof. You bring your receipt proof. Case closed. What exactly in this government is working? Where is EFCC and ICPC Corruption everywhere in the country, the masses are suffering, the leaders are looting public funds!! Lagos is walking! The country is crawling!!! A very sad time being a Nigerian

Custom way dey form transparency Yahoo Yahoo government Cc officialEFCC and ICPC_PE to go and setlle them Thieves are everywhere in our public offices, see them, look them. LocusBendi Next President and EFCC chairman of Nigeria will have so much money to recover if Nigeria will survive this current President and EFCC Chairman

Customs disowns Accountant General over differentials of N28bn remittance – Daily TrustThe Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Hameed Ali, on Thursday, disowned the Accountant General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, over the differentials of N28 billion underremitted into the Federation Account in 2015. Yahoo yahoo government Why is hard and difficult for this government to tackle corruption at the top? Let them reconcile it should not be a subject for long discussion haba

officialEFCC I guess is drink coffee on this one ! Corruption everywhere! Nigeria has never had it like this! By the time this APC is out of government, only God knows the monumental looting revelations that Nigeria will see or find!! Olurops The more you look, the less you see Inside Buharicracy, SINGLE TREASURY ACCOUNT

Corruption is fighting back! Wait until 2023 I swear this regime break GEJ record Corruption is fighting back Nothing way bullet no go see for Angela's face This is what we called (covid-19) If you remember, I asked if it was audio. woye1 .... This your guys never let you down. Okay o 😂🤣😂

N28bn remittance differentials: Customs disowns Accountant-General – Daily TrustThe Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali, yesterday disowned the Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, over the differentials of N28bn under-remitted into the Federation Account in 2015. The Auditor-General of the Federation, Anthony Ayine, had in his Financial Statement for 2015, asked Idris to explain the differentials in the amount remitted by … Only one man? 😳

See dem looting and polluting we country. What is really happening to this government is like there personal interest is taking over what they assume to be doing.. Thieves deceiving themselves. officialEFCC you're highly needed here to investigate these 'Kwarapt' agencies Naija shay...inside life... femibimbo Nigeria why?

You people must produce that N28B oo! We know that wether accounted or unaccounted for, it won’t better the life of an average Nigerian but provide it. Buhari and his bunch of criminals This is regime of the criminals and for the criminals headed by buhari the fraudster. E go better... officialEFCC

StackPath

Na wa o! Some fifu r just throwing party insyd groove wit dis awa Naija money o!! Na laidis ₦28bn don enta ghost mode o!! NationalCakeSharing Termites probably ate the ₦28 Billion. The one that disappeared that year preceding 1983 is still a mystery! Na today? corruption everywhere Na transport na honilatte Yahoo Yahoo Govt

Wallahi this administration nah confirm thief's Why are all these top officials clashing for crying out loud? Something is amiss...NSA versus CoS, COAS versus NSA and now this! Sickening! This is not mmm ❌ RICHCONNECT✅ is platform organise and directly approved by federal goverm. To assist the welfare of students unemployment youth and so on Tap to join

Lol, when you are carrying a tanker full of water, water always leaks out of the tanker, N28bn has leaked away. Buhari shared Nigeria like Pizza to his friends and family

Senators fume over Accountant General's failure to explain N2.9bn IPPIS funds – Daily TrustThe Senate Panel on Public Account, on Tuesday, fumed over failure of Accountant General of the Federation to present the 2015 Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) details for scrutiny. The Accountant General, Idris Ahmed, was unavailable to answer an audit query raised against his office by the lawmakers. However, a director in his … 4 bedroom semi detached apartment in Banana Island. Price 450million. NGRSenate Like for real

officialEFCC, where art thou Yahoo boiz are the only fraudsters abiii?.. what are we going to call them? Saints I guess🤔 Stop this misleading information. The caption should be N28bn stolen. But officialEFCC is bursting night clubs..... ShehuSani A monkey stole the deficit. Corruption is fighting back

'What the president does with this will tell us if we're fighting corruption'. We're not fighting kwarruption kan kan instead we're aiding it shinple...... Vigorously fighting corruption It's a free for all under The People's General (apologies to egbon DeleMomodu ) 😂😂😂😂 Audio money, they can’t even wait till this tenure sorry regime is over

You are incompetent, resign now - ASUU tells AGF - Daily Post NigeriaThe Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Thursday asked the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF), Ahmed Idris to resign over gross

They should look for the remaining balance and stop this agreement I laugh 😀😀😀 in Chinese, Even the amount/money they remitted where is it? before we talk about the unremitted 😂😂😂. Nigeria my country We are done fighting laundering, the problem is embezzlement. Please between the both of you, who embezzled the 28 billion .

We are where were,where were where Where. I think Corona virus didn't allow it to be remitted. Funny bunch thinking they know but very inept and without direction. Awon ole Only the strong will survived 👀 Shouldn't a simple reconciliation between the two parties have resolved this matter? Thieves. With the TSA

Customs chief Hameed Ali appears before Senate panelThe Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali, appeared before the Senate Committee on Public Accounts on Thursday. That is very good Mr Arrogance I hope he shows up...beside he is untouchable sacredcow

For sure Last week it was NSA with the CSP and now between the CG and AG over the very corruption they claimed they will eradicate. Such a dramatic government filled with fake integrity and self serving personalities. Lions everywhere Corruption is fighting back Let's see d paper works. Remittances, vouchers raised, transfers, and if possible d bank statements.

Government magic felakuti wow big one so who is actually lieing among the NCS and AGF with all this huge remittance from respective federal government parastastas, even the newly appointed jamb DG remitted outstandingly but yet MBuhari decide to settle for debt instead in the hands of foreign nations

Let them reconcile their accounts Probe both of'em Here tf we go

So who is lying 🤥 Where is remita in all of these? Only in Buhari government. The people that told Nigerians that they were the messiah. where is efcc, Buhari and his gang are cashing out Abacha boys cashing out fast😀😀😀 In the village square of an integrity king? Haba mana Looting everywhere Monopoly money. The truth will set us free.



Chinese medical team to arrive in Nigeria soon — Health minister

Coronavirus: Niger civil servants to resume work Monday (UPDATE) – Daily Trust

Lai Mohammed to Nigerians: Behave yourselves or lockdown will be extended

BREAKING: Lagos may extend lockdown, says Sanwo-Olu

Benue governor, Ortom gets COVID-19 test result – Daily Trust

BREAKING: Nigeria records five new COVID-19 cases, 214 in total

Coronavirus: Fayemi names Fayose, Afe Babalola, others in resource mobilisation committee

Write Comment

Thank you for your comment.
Please try again later.

Latest News

News

21 February 2020, Friday News

Previous news

Angry youths raze mansion of kidnap kingpin, Okechukwu Uche in Imo - Daily Post Nigeria

Next news

2019 polls: Cop’s widow begs police, INEC for job
[BREAKING] Lockdown: Police arrest Funke Akindele over house party 10-Year-Old, Four Other COVID-19 Patients Discharged – Sanwo-Olu Churches hold services as COVID-19 cases rise to 6 in Bauchi – Daily Trust BREAKING: Police invite Naira Marley, JJC Skillz over Funke Akindele’s party - Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics Coronavirus: Funke Akindele apologises for hosting house party amidst lockdown EXCLUSIVE: Boko Haram War: Nigerian Army suspends voluntary retirement of soldiers COVID-19: Lagos discharges 10-year-old girl, four other patients BREAKING: FG politicising fight against COVID-19 - Wike Man Who Tested Positive After Attending AMVCA Shares Experience From Isolation Centre 20,000 worshippers quarantined over coronavirus fears – Daily Trust Coronavirus: Five more patients recover in Lagos Army chief gives condition for embedding journalists in military operations
Chinese medical team to arrive in Nigeria soon — Health minister Coronavirus: Niger civil servants to resume work Monday (UPDATE) – Daily Trust Lai Mohammed to Nigerians: Behave yourselves or lockdown will be extended BREAKING: Lagos may extend lockdown, says Sanwo-Olu Benue governor, Ortom gets COVID-19 test result – Daily Trust BREAKING: Nigeria records five new COVID-19 cases, 214 in total Coronavirus: Fayemi names Fayose, Afe Babalola, others in resource mobilisation committee BREAKING: 6 persons who tested positive for COVID-19 escape from isolation centre – Daily Trust COVID-19: Nigeria now has 224 cases – Daily Trust Coronavirus: FG seeks NASS approval for N500bn intervention fund Coronavirus: Reps seek two-month free power supply to Nigerians BREAKING: Missing Osun coronavirus patient found