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Plateau Govt to Recover ‘Auctioned Government Property’

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos

Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State has approved the constitution of a 9-man Task Force on Recovery of Purported Auctioned Government Property.

The Task Force members are: Mr. Isaac Wadak (Chairman), David Zoyong (Member), Akims Mamot (Member), Barr. Damian Shekarau (Member), Nura Shehu (Member), and Mr. Raymond Dangrem (Member).

A statement was signed and issued to newsmen in Jos by Secretary to the Government of the State, Arch. Samuel N. Jatau. 

Also, it has representative Commissioner of Police as Member, Mr. Nantip Bedur (Member), and Barr. Pam Gyang Davou as Secretary.

According to the Task Force terms of reference, it is to identify/trace of all government properties that were purported to have been auctioned across the country, and ascertain whether or not due process was adhered to in the exercise.

They are to also recovery all Government Assets that were purportedly/or inappropriately acquired by individuals/groups/or corporate entities.

According to the statement, these include “Any other recommendation that will lead to the recovery of government assets and safeguard future occurrences.” The Task Force has six (6) weeks within which to complete the assignment.

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