EFCC Investigation Revealed That 4-Contracts While Suspected To Be Connected To The Brother Of Former Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika.

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An investigation by the EFCC revealed that a company called Engirios Nigerian Limited was awarded four significant contracts, which are suspected to be connected to the brother of the former Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika.

 

The younger brother’s firm received the contracts when Sirika was leading the ministry.

 

As per the EFCC, the investigation has verified that Abubakar is officially identified as the company’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer.

 

It has been mentioned that he is the only authorized person to sign for the company’s two accounts.

 

The company owned by the brother has been awarded four contracts, which are detailed as follows:

 

(1) Construction of the Terminal Building in Katsina Airport N1,345,586,500.00

 

(2) Fire Truck Maintenance and Refurbishment Centre in Katsina Airport N3, 811,497,685.00

 

(3) Procurement and installation of elevators, air conditioners and power generator house in Aviation House, Abuja N615,195,275.000

 

(4) Procurement of Magnus Aircraft and simulator for Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria (N2, 296,897, 404.00).

 

EFCC Suspected that the former Minister, Hadi Sirika, assigned the contracts to his brother, Abubakar, despite being aware that Abubakar holds a position as a civil servant serving as a deputy director on Level 16 within the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, a department he has been a part of since 2000 until the present time.

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