ICPC recovers N15m, others from Kwara lawmakers, executive members

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Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has said it recovered N15 million cash from past and present Kwara state legislative and executive members over poor execution of projects.

Other items recovered from the former and current government functionaries include furniture and electronic appliances.

ICPC said the affected persons hail from Kwara Central senatorial district of the state, adding the period is in the last few months of its “operation track the constituency projects.”

The Commission said that it had tracked 240 projects on road, water and schools out of which about 59 contractors were asked to go back to sites to correct some abnormalities.

ICPC added that it had made recoveries of 2,677 furniture, 57 computer system and 16 generating sets.

The team leader ICPC Kwara Constituency and Executive Projects Tracking, Aminu Bala said the phase two tracking exercise was an initiative of ICPC called “constituency and executive tracking exercise”.

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