The Chairman, Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC Bolaji Owasanoye said the nation had spent about two trillion naira on constituency projects without commensurate development at the grassroots.
The Commission’s Spokesperson Rasheedat Okoduwa in a statement quoted the chairman as saying this at the induction of newly-qualified members of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors in Abuja.
Owasanoye, while making emphasis on the ongoing tracking of constituency projects by the Commission in 12 states, said that the exercise was not to witch-hunt anyone.
He said that tracking the projects was an important assignment for ICPC as the nation had spent about two trillion naira on the funding since 2000 without commensurate impact at the grassroots.
Owasanoye, however, said that ICPC would not hesitate to prosecute any contractor that has failed to deliver on the projects, including accomplices.