We didn’t lose N700B COVID-19 alleviation assets to fire – Ministry of Finance

The Ministry of Finance has come out to explain a prior report that guarantees that the Honorable Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed said the administration lost N700 billion to the fire mishap at the Accountant General’s Office, Naijalitz.com reports.

The Ministry has called the news coursing, which credited the explanation that N700 billion was lost to the fire at the Accountant General’s office Fake News, saying it was unadulterated fiendishness and ought to be dismissed.

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The Ministry said they have not raised more than N30 billion naira for the Covis-19 alleviation subsidize. Be that as it may, the Ministry is yet to explain to Nigerians what was lost to the fire.

She said;

“The general distribute should observe. @zshamsuna didn’t allow a question and answer session or any meetings. No assets were lost in the fire related accident at the Accountant Generals Office which was contained to two rooms. Gifts are under N30bn to date. This is unadulterated insidiousness and ought to be dismissed,” perused an announcement discharged on the Ministry’s legitimate checked Twitter account on Thursday, ninth of April, 2020.

Review that there was a fire flare-up at the workplace of the Accountant General on Wednesday, eighth of April 2020, which took numerous Nigerians by stun, given that the service had just been called to undertaking to give subtleties on how the Covid-19 mediation reserves were circulated among Nigerians and how the figures cited were shown up at.

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