Revealed: Monumental Corruption Scandal Rocks Federal Science Technical College Doma, As N132,466,110 Million Allegedly  Developed Wings Under The School’s Bursar

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Rabiu Omaku

Fresh facts from an investigation have shown that the Bursar of Federal Science And  Technical College, Doma Mr. Eugene Okoye has allegedly embezzled the sum of N113,680,216 million meant for 2017,2018 Meal subsidy/augmentation for Federal Science and Technical College, Doma Nasarawa State.

The accusation was contained in a 2-page document that proved the disappearance of N113,680,216 million by the then management which the Bursar, Okoye was also part of the management team.

SEE THE BREAKDOWN OF THE AMOUNT

 

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MEAL SUBSIDY FOR 2017

January       N2,426,864.00M

February      N2,666,238M

March.         N3,760,892.64M

April.            N3,760,892.69M

May.             N11,282,678.06M

June.           N11,550,033.51M

July.             N3,760,892.69M

August.       N3,760,892.69M

September N3,760,892.00M

October.      N3,760,892.00M

November.  N14,777,120.00M

December.  N4,730,000.00M

Total =N68,998,292M.

While 2018 Meal subsidy and augmentation stand at N44,681,920.00M.the breakdown are below.

MEAL SUBSIDY FOR 2018

January. N4,925,890.00M

February N4,925,890.00M

March     N4,925,890.00M

April.       N4,925,890.00M

May         N4,925,890.00M

June        N4,925,890.00M

July         N4,925,890.00M

August    N10,200,690.00M.

Total N44,681,920.00M, bringing the amount to a whooping N113,680,216M

The Bursar of FSTC, Doma from the information available indicated that  N18,784,898.00M being the amount for 2017 and 2018 overhead cost has developed wings.

SEE THE BREAKDOWN OF THE AMOUNT

2017 Overhead Cost

January          N853,859.00

February         N853,859.00

March             N853,859.00

April                N853,859.00

May                 N853,859.00

June                N853,859.00

July                 N853,859.00

August            N853,859.00

September     N853,859.00

October          N853,859.00

November      N853,859.00

December      N853,859.00

 

Total =N10,246,308.00M

 

2018 Overhead Cost

January          N853,859.00

February         N853,859.00

March             N853,859.00

April                N853,859.00

May                N853,859.00

June               N853,859.00

July                N853,859.00

August           N853,859.00

September    N853,859.00

October         N853,859.00

Total =N8,538,590.00M

The only access road that was captured in 2018 project but yet to be tarred

The questions now are why is the College management borrowing money from 10th November 2018 to feed the students? What happened to the overhead accrued to the College?

Why did the school use extra-lesion money to feed the students with the huge amount of money that is accrued to the College, the amount be N113680, 216M meal subsidy for 2017-2018 and why are food vendors lamenting over the non-payment of their monies.

SEE LIST OF CONSUMABLES PROCURED IN 2017

 

1.Procurement of practical materials =N792,255.00

2.1.Procurement of electrical workshop equipment N2,275,841.00M

Insiders also enquire to know the whereabouts of 2018-2019 first term session.

Why was the College bankrupt with the colossal amount accrued by the Federal Ministry of Education?

The Bursar Eugene Okoye during a telephone conversation declined to comment over the sharp practices ongoing in the ten years old school.

Again the Bursar who was serving since the inception of the College was also accused of diverting millions of naira meant for the execution of projects ranging from the access road network, construction of one examination hall, procurement of 30 units of Tables and Chairs, construction of modern students dining hall and kitchen.

Other projects captured in 2018 capital projects are the construction of one administrative block, two blocks of student’s hostels and building of staff quarters.

The Bursar, Eugene Okoye in a telephone conversation said, “Please, I am in a vehicle coming back from Enugu. I can’t hear under properly. Moreover, whatever you want to know on finances of the FSTC Doma should be a channel to the appropriate authority not to me,” In a text message.

 

When universalreporters.ng contacted him on phone about the allegations raised, the Bursar said he is not afraid of anybody as far as he is a concern.

“All I know is that it is not the people of Doma community that gave me an appointment as Bursar, that they lack the willpower to transfer me out from the College.”

FSTC Doma has been in a serious financial recklessness leading to the confiscation of the 18 seater bus for students which was just released by High court 4 sitting in Lafia.

The Vice-Principal of the College, it could be recalled was arrested by security agencies over the debt incurred by the College as from inception to 2017.

Mr. Patrick Ogah, the Chairman when contacted said is not in a position to comment over the documents presented by universalreporters.ng since he was not aware of some of the contract awarded to the school.

“I’m the Chairman of the College but I don’t know anything apart from the contract for an access road, ongoing 2 bedroom apartment meant for staff as against the ongoing 1 bedroom apartment”.

Saying he would make his Independent Investigation verify the authenticity of the documents.

The Principal of the College, Emmanuel Haruna said he was warned not to grant an interview to Journalists without clearance from the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education.

Feelers from the Federal Ministry of Education hinted that Permanent Secretary and Directors are responsible for what is ongoing at FSTC Doma, the negative tendencies are acute shortage of English and math teachers while some privileged Unity Schools have sufficient staff, bankruptcy of the College even with the chunk amount of money collected from students as tuition fees, development levy fees, and PTA levy.

Breakdown of school fees

1st Term 2018|2019 School Fee Payment

S|N    PAYMENT ITEMS AS CONFIGURED ON PAY DIRECT PLATFORM    BULK AMOUNT

1    FSTCU-1st TERM BILL WITH TRANSACTION FEE (SS2)    46,000

2    FSTCU-1st TERM BILL WITH TRANSACTION FEE (JS2)    51,000

3    FSTCU-NEW STUDENTS BILL WITH TRANSACTION FEE (BOARDERS)    88,500

4    FSTCU-1st TERM  PTA  DUE/DEVELOPMENT LEVY FOR RETURNING STUDENTS WITH TRANSACTION FEE    6,500

5    FSTCU-1st TERM  PTA  DUE/DEVELOPMENT LEVY  FOR NEW STUDENTS WITH TRANSACTION FEE    26,500

6    FSTCU- NURSERY SCHOOL FEES    —-

7    FSTCU- PRIMARY SCHOOL FEES    ——

8    FSTCU- PRIMARY SCHOOL BOOKS    —

9    FSTCU- NURSERY SCHOOL BOOKS    —

10    FSTCU- 2017/2018 outstanding Debt    —

11    FSTCU-RETURNING YEAR1 STUDENTS WITH TRANSACTION FEE (BOARDERS)    65,000

12    SCHOOL FEES FOR SS3 WITH TRANSACTION FEE (BOARDERS)    75,000

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