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The whistleblowing by Sanusi Lamido on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, for its non-remittance of $20 billion (N3.2 trillion) to the Federation Account has done the nation a lot of good by beaming light on the long suspected financial irregularities in the oil and gas sector and exposing a fraudulent defiance to a presidential directive in 2009 banning the payment of subsidy on Kerosene.
As a result of the whistleblowing, the House of Representatives will commence a kerosene subsidy probe on February 18, 2014, but Nigerians are again skeptical of the outcome given that the last fuel subsidy probe by the House came to nothing after a lawmaker allegedly accepted a bribe to alter the findings of the investigating committee. Read more: http://bit.ly/MQL3xz
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