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Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals, OSSAP-SDGs, says its attention has been drawn to a ruling of a Federal High Court in Lagos concerning the forfeiture of alleged N241 million by some former staff of the office.
This was made known in a circular signed by the head of communications, Rotimi Ajiyi.
According to the statement, the management of OSSAP-SDGS requested for the redeployment of the staff when it suspected that the measures put in place may have been breached.
Reacting to the order, The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals, Princess Adejoke consequently directed the then Secretary of Programmes, OSSAP-SDGs to ensure thorough investigations of the breach by the necessary authorities.
Reaffirming the desires of the president of the federation against corruption, she added that everything will be done to ensure that those involved will be brought to book.
“OSSAP-SDGs will continue to ensure compliance with all necessary financial rules and cooperate with relevant authorities in line with the anti-corruption stance of His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration,” she said.


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