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The House also asked Coscharis Nigeria Limited to refund the waiver of the cars’ importation to the federation account. The report also said the procurement…

The House also asked Coscharis Nigeria Limited to refund the waiver of the cars’ importation to the federation account. The report also said the procurement of the two cars contravened due process. It therefore directed the aviation ministry and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to terminate all transactions and loan agreements entered into with First Bank of Nigeria Plc and other contracts awarded.
The House also directed the finance ministry to recover all monies spent on the entire transactions and send them into the consolidated account.
The report also recommended that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and other anti-graft bodies should further investigate discrepancies in the chassis number (DW68032) of one of the vehicles as inspected and prosecute all persons/institutions indicted in the deal.
It recommended the investigation of COSCHARIS Nigeria limited on the issue of waiver, source and exact cost of the two BMW cars supplied to NCAA. However, the minister in her reaction described the House’s action as a disappointment in view of the deluge of presentations and evidences provided to the committee.
“We recall vividly the underhand tactics of the House when, 24 long hours before the report of the investigation was due to be laid before the plenary, certified copies were handed over to online and traditional media,” said the minister who noted that the motive behind the spread of the report was reflected in the adoption of the committee’s recommendations which she said had no reflection on the public hearing conducted.

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