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EFCC gets fuel subsidy report and Vows to prosecute culprits

EFCC gets fuel subsidy report and Vows to prosecute culprits The Economic and Financial Crimes Commis-sion (EFCC), yesterday, confirmed receipt of the report of the House of Representatives’ probe of

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EFCC gets fuel subsidy report and Vows to prosecute culprits

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commis-sion (EFCC), yesterday, confirmed receipt of the report of the House of Representatives’ probe of the management of the nation’s oil subsidy, and vowed to prosecute who-ever is found guilty in the alleged illegal deals. It would be recalled that an ad-hoc committee of the House of Representatives, headed by Hon. Farouk La-wan, was set up to look into the subsidy regime of the federal government in the wake of massive protests and strike action embarked upon by labour movement and civil society organisa-tions over the planned total deregulation of the down-stream oil sector. The report which was adopted by the House at its plenary session about two weeks ago has found some agencies of government, along some oil companies, wanted for frittering away about N1.07trillion. Some of the agencies allegedly fingered in the mismanagement of the na-tion’s oil wealth are the Ni-gerian National Petroleum Corporation Petroleum and the Products Pricing Regu-latory Agency (PPPRA). In the report, the ad-hoc committee recommended 72 companies for further investigations by the rele-vant anti-corruption agen-cies, with a view to ascer-taining the degree of their culpability and recovering N230.1bn indicated against their names.

Also, the executive sum-mary of the deal recom-mended that some compa-nies should make refunds. The details of the re-funds are: Business Ven-tures Nigeria Limited, $ 22,927,339.96; East Horizon Gas Company Limited, $20,735,910.81; Emaded En-ergy, $6,606,094.30; Pokat Ni-geria Limited, $3,147,956.19 and Synopsis Enterprises Limited, $51,449,977.47. Others are Zenon Pet and Gas Limited, $232,975,385.13; Carni-val Energy Oil Limited, $ 51,089.57; Crownliness, $4,756,274.94; Ice Ener-gy Petroleum Trading, $2,131,166.32; Index Petro-leum Africa, $ 6,438,849.64; Ronadoil Gas West Africa, $4,813,272.00; Serene Green-field Limited, $4,813,360.75; Supreme and Mitchelles, $16,947,000.00; Tridax Ener-gy Limited; $ 15,900,000.00 and Zamson Global Res, $8,916,750.00.

Since the House of Representatives adopted some of the findings in the report, there have been strident calls to anti-graft agencies by well-meaning Nigerians and organisa-tions for the prosecution of those allegedly involved in the subsidy saga. For instance, the NLC had said that beyond mak-ing refunds, all the heads of the indicted organisa-tions, including their su-pervisors should be made to face the wrath of the law.

However, the EFCC in a statement in Abuja ac-knowledged the receipt of the probe report and vowed to prosecute any culprit involved in the illegal oil wealth deal after an exhaus-tive study of the report. The commission said it would use the House’ find-ings, supported by evidenc-es along with its own inde-pendent investigation to build a strong case against anyone, group or organisa-tion involved in the deal.

The statement reads in part, “The EFCC wishes to acknowledge receipt of the report of the House of Representatives Com-mittee inquiry into the Federal Government Pe-troleum Products subsidy programme, on Thursday, 10 May 2012. “EFCC will study the report and use the House’ findings supported by evidences, along with the Commission’s own pains-taking criminal investiga-tion, to build a watertight case that will stand the test of rigorous prosecution against those found want-ing.”

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commis-sion (EFCC), yesterday, confirmed receipt of the report of the House of Representatives’ probe of the management of the nation’s oil subsidy, and vowed to prosecute who-ever is found guilty in the alleged illegal deals. It would be recalled that an ad-hoc committee of the House of Representatives, headed by Hon. Farouk La-wan, was set up to look into the subsidy regime of the federal government in the wake of massive protests and strike action embarked upon by labour movement and civil society organisa-tions over the planned total deregulation of the down-stream oil sector. The report which was adopted by the House at its plenary session about two weeks ago has found some agencies of government, along some oil companies, wanted for frittering away about N1.07trillion. Some of the agencies allegedly fingered in the mismanagement of the na-tion’s oil wealth are the Ni-gerian National Petroleum Corporation Petroleum and the Products Pricing Regu-latory Agency (PPPRA). In the report, the ad-hoc committee recommended 72 companies for further investigations by the rele-vant anti-corruption agen-cies, with a view to ascer-taining the degree of their culpability and recovering N230.1bn indicated against their names.

Also, the executive sum-mary of the deal recom-mended that some compa-nies should make refunds. The details of the re-funds are: Business Ven-tures Nigeria Limited, $ 22,927,339.96; East Horizon Gas Company Limited, $20,735,910.81; Emaded En-ergy, $6,606,094.30; Pokat Ni-geria Limited, $3,147,956.19 and Synopsis Enterprises Limited, $51,449,977.47. Others are Zenon Pet and Gas Limited, $232,975,385.13; Carni-val Energy Oil Limited, $ 51,089.57; Crownliness, $4,756,274.94; Ice Ener-gy Petroleum Trading, $2,131,166.32; Index Petro-leum Africa, $ 6,438,849.64; Ronadoil Gas West Africa, $4,813,272.00; Serene Green-field Limited, $4,813,360.75; Supreme and Mitchelles, $16,947,000.00; Tridax Ener-gy Limited; $ 15,900,000.00 and Zamson Global Res, $8,916,750.00.

Since the House of Representatives adopted some of the findings in the report, there have been strident calls to anti-graft agencies by well-meaning Nigerians and organisa-tions for the prosecution of those allegedly involved in the subsidy saga. For instance, the NLC had said that beyond mak-ing refunds, all the heads of the indicted organisa-tions, including their su-pervisors should be made to face the wrath of the law.

However, the EFCC in a statement in Abuja ac-knowledged the receipt of the probe report and vowed to prosecute any culprit involved in the illegal oil wealth deal after an exhaus-tive study of the report. The commission said it would use the House’ find-ings, supported by evidenc-es along with its own inde-pendent investigation to build a strong case against anyone, group or organisa-tion involved in the deal.

The statement reads in part, “The EFCC wishes to acknowledge receipt of the report of the House of Representatives Com-mittee inquiry into the Federal Government Pe-troleum Products subsidy programme, on Thursday, 10 May 2012. “EFCC will study the report and use the House’ findings supported by evidences, along with the Commission’s own pains-taking criminal investiga-tion, to build a watertight case that will stand the test of rigorous prosecution against those found want-ing.”

EFCC gets fuel subsidy report and Vows to prosecute culprits


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