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OAuGF to Partner the Centre for Democracy and Development on the OAuGF Forensic Lab Project

OAuGF Forensic

Centre: Auditor-General for the Federation, Mr Adolphus Aghughu with CDD Head of Delegation, Ms Esther Yusuf...

Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation to Partner the Centre for Democracy and Development on the OAuGF Forensic Lab Project

The Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation (OAuGF) is set to partner with the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) towards the completion of its on-going Forensic Laboratory Project.

The Auditor-General for the Federation (AuGF), Mr Aldolphus Aghughu made this known while welcoming the visiting Officers of the Centre for Democracy and Development, on the 28th of April, 2021. He said “the establishment of the OAuGF Forensic Laboratory is a priority project for the Office which is long overdue and the Office is prepared to partner with stakeholders like the CDD towards its full implementation.” He further said that “the OAuGF has also commenced the process of training five of its staff as pioneer Forensic Auditors/Examiners with focus on training more in the near future.”

Delivering a Presentation on the Project, Professor Peter Olu. Olayiwola, the CEO of First Digital & Techno-Law Forensics Co. Ltd, the Contractor for the Project expressed his company’s commitment to implementing the Project in line with global standard to enable the OAuGF to carry out its Constitutional responsibility as a foremost anti-corruption agency in Nigeria.

In her response, the leader of the CDD delegation, Ms Esther Yusuf thanked the AuGF for his warm welcome and indicated CDD’s readiness to partner with the OAuGF towards the completion of the Forensic Laboratory project.

 

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