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Termites eat spending vouchers worth N17.1bn at NSITF

By Guardian Exclusive
17 August 2022   |   1:52 pm
Officials of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) currently being questioned by the Nigerian Senate have claimed that some of the payment vouchers relating to the transfer of the sum of 17.16 billion in 2013 have been eaten up by termites.

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