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Due process was not followed in P&ID $9 6bn Contract – Ogannan

By TVC News Nigeria
13 October 2019   |   10:19 am
Public Affairs Analyst, Ogannah, said due process was not followed in the award of the controversial $9 6bn P&ID Contract.

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