The move follows a decision by the federal executive council on October 12 to set up a committee on the classification and de-listing of government contractors involved in corrupt or fraudulent practices, the secretary to the federal government, Uffot Ekaette, said.
Mr Ekaette I have a suggestion, start from the past COJA contractors (All African Games) I can give you good pointers how much did the COJA website cost again? and who was the contractor for that project (where is it today? ).
I bet if you started just with that organisation alone you will get a basic understanding of government contractors/officials involved in corrupt practices.
One COJA official made the papers recently for building the biggest house in his hometown but then again when it comes to COJA you may want to clear that with the EFCC first you know ...
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