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Nigerians woke up on January 1st, 2012 to learn that the price of premium motor
spirit (PM...
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Faleke, Hon. Abbas Tajudeen, Hon. Abubakar Sade, Hon. Ali Ahmed, Hon. Gerald
Irona and Hon. Eucharia Azodo.
In a nationa...
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the cost of the strikes was enormous. To compound the situation, it is evident that
we have merely postponed the resolut...
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In response to the House report, the presidency said it would seek further
investigation before prosecuting the alleged ...
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I must, however, put it on record that this has not been an easy task to undertake.
For several months between 2012 and ...
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Day One: 16th January 2012
HON. FAROUK LAWAN (Chairman): My Hon. Colleagues, let me, on your behalf,
formally welcome th...
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- Are the products distributed and marketed efficiently?
- The 445,000 barrels per day which the government gives out as...
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2012 and we received it on the 13th of January, 2012 at 6.00 p.m. The invitation
requested quite a number of pieces of i...
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issue. On that, at least, you do not necessarily have to go and seek for information
from either NNPC or PPPRA. If you ...
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federation. There is the forwarding of the import document to the budget office then
to the appointed auditor. There is...
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DR OKONJO-IWEALA: Yes, it is correct.
HON JOHN ENOH: Mr. Chairman, although we follow this from the beginning that
the ...
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time you are the one who authorized the consumption; I just want you to reflect on
that since you are coming back on Th...
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to remain here and make his own presentation. He could not say that his own
presentation is directly tied to your prese...
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difference for 2011 is that the gap between the provision made then and what
eventually is today was very wide. It depe...
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estimate and it could not help anticipate the actual amount of money (subsidy) of the
likely variation in the price of ...
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but with some margin. Again we are embarking on an agency by agency discussion
on this particular issue and we have con...
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barrels. It is for internalconsumption outside OPEC quota. So the government is still
selling that crude from the multi...
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there. It will not affect your capital or recurrent. Please Hon. Members, get this
country out of this dilemma. Let us ...
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is a subsidy. I do not think given the situation in the government and what we have
gone through that if there were no ...
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country we need to sit back and say is this what we want to do? It is not that we are
borrowing so much abroad, what we...
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the demand for health services is increasing, the use of our roads is increasing and
we have to have the resources to r...
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HON ENOH: I think the Honourable Minister has been concerned. So when we make
argument about deregulation I want to loo...
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the reasons I came to do this is for us to fight against these things as Nigerians. So,
I am totally in support and we ...
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of it. If you are handling it and know you can make ten times more than what is here
will you take it? So, we have to t...
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DR OKONJO-IWEALA: Mr. Chairman, I have a question. The question is this; many
of the questions you asked are not relate...
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government has always been operating the fuel subsidy with the purpose of making
the petroleum products available at le...
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of the subsidy is becoming a heavy burden on government and economy. Presently,
the funding is being deducted from sour...
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the first person for several years who was calling the attention to the fact of how
much NNPC was indebted to the Feder...
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of the Federation Account and you are actually not working for the federal
government, you are working for all the tier...
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Accountant-generals, one for the Federation and another for the Federal
Government. We are asking you as Hon. Members t...
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PPPRA does not pay NNPC. They deduct from source, they only deduct and tell
them this is what we have after the deducti...
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445,000 barrels. If there is anything that can be done about it maybe, we can be
better for it.
HON LAWAN: I willnow in...
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Day Two: 17TH January 2012
HON. FAROUK LAWAN (Chairman): My Hon. colleagues, let me on your behalf
formally welcome the...
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the purview of the Ministry of Finance, while the PPPRA makes the
recommendations on the payment of the debts that are ...
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increase in bridging. In addition, crude prices have risen and this has a direct impact
on International Product Prices...
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is less than the approved e-step price. In late 2008 and the beginning of 2009,
marketers inclusive of NNPC have paid b...
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With the nation evidently on tenterhooks, the House of Representatives convened an emergency session on Sunday, the 8th of January 2012, and decided among other things, to probe the management of the fuel subsidy scheme so as to unearth the factors responsible for the rot and find out how to tackle the structural and procedural deficiencies that have contributed to our woes as a nation. At that same session, the House also appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan to suspend the fuel price hike until a more fortuitous time.

While those interested in muckraking will find enough materials with which to peddle their trade from the testimonies of all the principal stakeholders, serious minded people will find sufficient proof (in the report) of the waste and corruption that are inherent in an unbridled regime of subsidy that is beyond reforming.

Perhaps with that, we can begin an honest conversation about whether it is indeed in the interest of our country to continue with the regime of fuel subsidy that has made emergency billionaires of some rent-seekers in the private sector and their collaborators in government while making nonsense of our oil and gas sector.

FUEL SUBSIDY: THE DAY OF RAGE By Olusegun Adeniyi

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  2. 2. 2 FUEL SUBSIDY: THE DAY OF RAGE Nigerians woke up on January 1st, 2012 to learn that the price of premium motor spirit (PMS), commonly called petrol, had more than doubled. The impact of the development came with unprecedented force. Almost immediately, transport fares doubled and many people who had travelled home for the Christmas holidays were stranded. Predictably, there was resentment against the Federal Government as Nigerians began to vent their frustrations on any media outlets available to them. Even when there were (and still are) compelling arguments that Nigeria is a victim of its oil resources, critical stakeholders (including organised labour unions and the civil society groups), responded withanger and condemnationwhile vowing that they would challenge the Federal Government by calling for a strike. To be sure, there has been so much inefficiency about the management of the oil sector and sometimes defending its excesses against even the most temperate of its critics is not an easy thing to do. Despite being a major producer of crude oil, Nigeria has not invested in the infrastructure needed to refine enough to meet national need, thus making it mandatory to import much of the petrol for domestic use. In January 2012, it was hard not to be aware of the inherent irony. And indeed, it was one of the extraordinary times in our history. With the nation evidently on tenterhooks, the House of Representatives convened an emergency session on Sunday, the 8th of January 2012, and decided among other things, to probe the management of the fuel subsidy scheme so as to unearth the factors responsible for the rot and find out how to tackle the structural and procedural deficiencies that have contributed to our woes as a nation. At that same session, the House also appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan to suspend the fuel price hike until a more fortuitous time. To achieve its objectives, the House set up two ad-hoc committees. The first one, headed by Hon. Patrick Ikhariale, was to interface with the executive and organised labour with a view to finding a common ground on what had a become a serious national crisis. Other members of this committee were: Hon. Ajibola Muraina, Hon. El-Badawy Hassan, Hon. Onawo Mohammed, Hon. Aminu Sulaiman, Hon. Peter Akpatason, Hon. Ogbuefi Ozomgbachi and Hon. Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim and Hon. Essien Ayi. The second ad-hoc committee, headed by Hon Farouk Lawan, was to verify and determine the actual subsidy requirement and monitor the subsidy regime. It had seven other members. They were: Hon. John Enoh, Hon. James
  3. 3. 3 Faleke, Hon. Abbas Tajudeen, Hon. Abubakar Sade, Hon. Ali Ahmed, Hon. Gerald Irona and Hon. Eucharia Azodo. In a nationalbroadcast in the evening of 7th January 2012, President Jonathan told Nigerians that the subsidy regime was unsustainable and that the government would not back down on its removal. Pleading for understanding, the president said he shared “the anguish of all persons who had travelled out of their stations, who had to pay more on the return leg of their journeys.” After highlighting why the subsidy regime was detrimental to national economy, the president added: “If I were not here to lead the process of national renewal, if I were in your shoes at this moment, I probably would have reacted in the same manner as some of our compatriots, or hold the same critical views about government. But tough choices have to be made to safeguard the economy and our collective survival as a nation…the truth is that we are all faced with two basic choices with regard to the management of the downstream petroleum sector: either we deregulate and survive economically, or we continue with a subsidy regime that will continue to undermine our economy and potential for growth, and face serious consequences.” In response to the broadcast, the Nigeria Labour Congress (TUC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) in collaboration with the civil society groups vowed to shut down the nation. When the national strike started as planned, civil society groups organized rallies and protests, particularly in Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Kaduna and Ibadan. Encouraged perhaps by events in North Africa (dubbed ‘Arab Spring’), where coordinated protests uprooted some dictatorial regimes, protesters poured into major streets across the country and disrupted the daily routine of life and the economy. Many businesses, shops, offices, schools and petrol stations were shut down on the first day of the strike on 9th January 2012. In Lagos, thousands marched on the streets. In some parts of the city, police and the demonstrators clashed, leading to some fatalities. In Kano, Nigeria's second-largest city, at least 30 people were injured as police used tear gas and fired in the air to disperse protesters. Two demonstrators later died. In the federal capital, Abuja, trade unions and civil society groups organised a march and protesters closed the Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport. However, on 15th January 2012, after six straight days of persistent strikes, and following series of negotiations, the labour unions suspended the protests. By then, the President had agreed to slash the price of fuel from N145 to N97 per litre. But
  4. 4. 4 the cost of the strikes was enormous. To compound the situation, it is evident that we have merely postponed the resolution of the problem. Without any doubt, the fuel subsidy regime has been a major source of multiple-level scams that have short-changed Nigerians and enriched very few people over the years. And revelations from the House committee confirmed the fears of most Nigerians. Incidentally, the scope of the committee was limited to cover only three years, from 2009 to 2011; while the Terms of Reference (TOR) was simply “to verify and determine the actual subsidy requirements and monitor the implementation of the subsidy regime in Nigeria.” The Lawan Committee conducted its sessions in public (beamed live on television), and received memoranda from Nigerians from all walks of life. The committee also invited major stakeholders in the oil industry to testify before it. From the federal government side, some of the principal testimonies were taken from the Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke; Attorney General of the Federation, Mr. Mohammed Bello Adoke, SAN; two Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Deputy Governors (Dr Kingsley Moghalu and Mr Tunde Lemo); Chair of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mrs Ifueko Omougui-Okauru; Director General, Budget Office of the Federation, Dr Bright Okogu; Chairman of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission, Mr Elias Nban; and the Group Managing Director of the Nigeria National Petroleum Commission (NNPC), Mr Austin Oniwon. Some other officials who testified included heads of relevant institutions (like NPA, Customs, PPPRA, PPMC, PEF etc.) that had something to do with subsidy. From the private sector were former Finance Minister, Dr Kalu Idika Kalu; legal practitioners, Mr. Femi Falana, SAN and Mr. Olisa Agbakoba, SAN and several others. Other stakeholders invited to the hearing (and who testified) included 93 oil marketers and importers, senior officials from the Nigerian Navy, the auditors appointed by the Ministry of Finance to verify subsidy claims, members of the professional bodies in the downstream oil sector, foreign oil traders, officials of the Nigerian Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress as well as the managing directors of the Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna refineries. At the end, the committee took testimonies from 130 witnesses and received in evidence 3,000 volumes of documents between 16th January and 9th February, before submitting its report to the House on 19th April, after sitting for three months. The House adopted the report on 24th April 2012.
  5. 5. 5 In response to the House report, the presidency said it would seek further investigation before prosecuting the alleged offenders. The Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mr Bello Adoke, SAN, said that there was need for such exercise to ensure that there were no misplaced or wrong prosecutions. There was nothing patently wrong with this position. It made sense for government to ensure that those accused of wrong-doing were not improperly charged. Essentially, that was what the plethora of committees eventually set up by the executive was to do: verify the propriety of the House probe report. But to date, nobody has been brought to justice on account of the report. However, the report was good enough to earn the immediate termination of the two accounting firms that were engaged by the federal ministry of finance to verify and re-compute the claims submitted by independent marketing companies on the Petroleum Subsidy Funds. The report also led to the establishment by the executive of several other committees to verify and reconcile all fuel subsidy claims and payments made between 2009 and 2011. And the reports of those committees have more or less confirmed the findings of the House of Representatives ad-hoc committee as it nailed a number of fuel marketers for abuse of the fuel subsidy funds. From the Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede Ministerial Verification Committee which metamorphosed into a presidential committee to the Dotun Suleiman Committee on Governance and Control Task Force to the Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force headed by Nuhu Ribadu, the conclusions were that all is not well with both the upstream and downstream operations of our oil and gas sector. However, shortly after the House investigation sessions were completed, Mr Femi Otedola, chairman of Zenon Oil, publicly confessed to bribing Hon. Lawan, chairman of the ad-hoc committee to the tune of $620, 000 in what he described as a “sting operation” in collaborationwith the State Security Services (SSS). The House, which was on a brief recess, had to call another emergency plenary session on 15th June 2012. The House promptly suspended Hon Lawan and asked the committee on Ethics and Privileges to investigate the veracity of the bribery allegations while Hon. John Enoh was appointed as the new chairman of the probe committee to complete the exercise. Given the controversy that trailed the Ad-hoc committee report, the credibility of its findings is now questionable. But the verbatimreport of what transpired in the course of the sessions which lasted 12 working days should help in providing insight into the nature of our oil industry and the danger the subsidy regime poses to the economy. That precisely is the essence of this effort.
  6. 6. 6 I must, however, put it on record that this has not been an easy task to undertake. For several months between 2012 and 2013, I liaised with the secretariat of the committee headed by Mr Boniface Emenalo, who would later also be charged to court along with Hon Lawan (for allegedly collecting bribe from Mr Femi Otedola). He was assisted by Mr Ezennia Nwanekezie. With the authority of the House leadership, Emenalo was kind enough to avail me all the reports, the audio tapes and the raw transcripts from the committee secretariat and was ever willing to provide clarifications when needed. I must therefore express my special appreciation to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, his deputy, Hon Emeka Ihedioha, as well as Hon Lawan without whose cooperation this work would have been impossible. While those interested in muckraking will find enough materials with which to peddle their trade from the testimonies of all the principal stakeholders, serious minded people will find sufficient proof (in the report) of the waste and corruption that are inherent in an unbridled regime of subsidy that is beyond reforming. Perhaps with that, we can begin an honest conversation about whether it is indeed in the interest of our country to continue with the regime of fuel subsidy that has made emergency billionaires of some rent-seekers in the private sector and their collaborators in government while making nonsense of our oil and gas sector.
  7. 7. 7 Day One: 16th January 2012 HON. FAROUK LAWAN (Chairman): My Hon. Colleagues, let me, on your behalf, formally welcome the Hon. Minister of Finance; the Director-General, Budget; Chairman, Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission; the former Chairman, Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission, as well as the Managing Director of Conoil for responding to our invite to this Public Hearing this morning. You are aware that the House of Representatives, at its emergency sitting of 8th January, 2012 resolved, among other things, to set up an Ad Hoc Committee to verify and determine actualsubsidy requirements and monitor the implementation of the subsidy regime. The 8-man Committee, since then, has been working tirelessly to establish some framework; identify key stakeholders and design a mandate to ensure that the recommendations of the committee is objective, fair and further promote good governance. The House of Representatives, being aware of the growing concerns among Nigerians on the issue of subsidy that has become the most tedious topics of the moment, set up this committee to guide the decision of the House on this matter. There are separate issues begging for answers among which include: - What is the volume of daily consumption of petrol in Nigeria? - How much is the cost of importation per litre of the product? - What should be the retail price of a litre of petrol in the market? - Is there any subsidy paid by government and if there is, how much is it? - What is the process of this payment, and whether due process is followed - Is the bidding process of importation contract open and transparent? - Is there a cabal, as we have come to hear over the last couple of weeks, associated with the importation and marketing of the refined products? - And if indeed there is a cabal, who are the members of this cabal and why has government failed to tackle the corruption associated with this cabal? - How much was paid as subsidy in 2011? - Who authorized the payment and how much of such funds were paid in the 2011 Appropriation Act passed by the National Assembly? - What is the state of our refinery and how much is their output capacity?
  8. 8. 8 - Are the products distributed and marketed efficiently? - The 445,000 barrels per day which the government gives out as condescend, what happens to it? These are the issues we hope to unravel with the cooperation of those involved and other patriotic Nigerians who have been calling and sending e-mails since the publication by the committee in some dailies. The Committee is fully aware of the expectations of Nigerians and the likely challenges ahead. It is also committed to delivering results in an open and transparent manner. We are glad that even the decision taken by the President this morning still makes the work of this committee very relevant. From the executive decision, it presupposes that the phases of subsidy will continue and Nigerians will continue to demand whether the process of this payment is accountable, transparent and open, giving value to the Nigerian people. That is why we, in the discharge of this work, will try to be fair and objective and we will not shy away from asking any relevant question that will ultimately lead to fair and correct assessment of the real issues associated with subsidy. Apart from those already invited, the Committee welcomes any company, organization or individual omitted but who may have any information that will assist in the work of this Committee. While soliciting for the cooperation of all Nigerians, especially those in the oil industry, it is my pleasure to welcome all of you to this opening ceremony and the commencement of submissions aimed at verifying and monitoring the implementation of the subsidy regime by the Federal Government. Today’s session is one of severalthat we willbe having in the next two weeks. Tomorrow, the Minister of Petroleum will be here and other stakeholders. NNPC and some other stakeholders will be here on Wednesday. The Central Bank governor will also be here and several other invited guests. We have also invited major marketers to come and equally explain their positions. The key is that Nigerians demand certain answers and this Committee is desirous of ensuring that Nigerians get answers on this matter. I welcome all of you and assure you that we will have a very frank and open discussion which we hope will add value to our quest for good governance in this country. I want to mention that the testimonies we are going to take will be on Oath so that whoever is going to speak will be on Oath. I also will like to tell those who will be making presentations to please properly introduce themselves for the purpose of official reporters. We have verbatim reporters who will be taking the report of the submissions made by those we have invited. I hereby invite the Hon. Minister of Finance to make her presentation. DR (MRS.) NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA (Finance Minister): I would like to note that the invitation asking us to appear before this Committee was dated 12th January,
  9. 9. 9 2012 and we received it on the 13th of January, 2012 at 6.00 p.m. The invitation requested quite a number of pieces of information and data that are relevant to the Committee’s work. This is the kind of information that we are working on. For example, how much was spent on subsidy this year? We had an estimate before and this is the end of the year, we are trying to put the figures together and to reconcile those figures and the balance. Some of these vital pieces of information are being put together. Between Friday and now we need adequate time to do that and get additional information from NNPC and PPPRA on some of the questions you have asked. Basically, you asked us to make a detailed submission and presentation on the activities of our organizations with regard to importation, distribution and consumption of petroleumproducts and payment of subsidy. This is quite a piece of work and we would request that the Committee allow us a little bit of time to put together the information requested because we have not been able to put it together since we got the invitation on Friday. So, I will crave your indulgence to request that we reappear with this information. HON LAWAN: First of all, let me know how much time you require. DR OKONJO-IWEALA: I think that we do not need much time because we have already started work. We did not wait, but as you know we have also been working on topical issues on the discussions that we have been having over the weekend with labour on the negotiations. I think we will need just a couple of days to be able to put it together in a format that will be accepted. HON LAWAN: How many days? DR OKONJO-IWEALA: I think two days will be all right. HON LAWAN: Just two days? DR OKONJO-IWEALA: When I said two days I have just been reminded that the Federal Executive meeting is on Wednesday. I think by Thursday we will be ready to do this. HON LAWAN: The Hon. Minister of Finance was in the forefront for creating awareness and sensitization of Nigerians on this issue. I believe that all the information are on your finger tips; and that is why we expect that there is no point in giving much time, but if you cannot make it tomorrow since Wednesday will be Federal Executive Council we will give you up till Thursday to come and make your presentation. Let me say, however, that we really expect comprehensive presentation on Thursday. I will also expect you to give us an idea which I do not think you need to work on, on the role of the Ministry of Finance on this subsidy
  10. 10. 10 issue. On that, at least, you do not necessarily have to go and seek for information from either NNPC or PPPRA. If you have some information on NNPC or PPPRA, that will be all right but we will expect them to come and speak for themselves. We will grant you up to Thursday to come and do your presentation on these issues but before you leave, I will expect an overview of the role of the Minister of Finance on the whole issue of subsidy. DR OKONJO-IWEALA: I just want to say to you and your Committee that many of the figures that we have been giving have been estimates. You will recall at a previous hearing with the Senate Committee, we gave a figure up to October that we had actually consumed about N1.3 trillion and we gave an estimate to the end of the year. Now the reconciliation is to be able to get a figure that is based on what has happened so that we can come to you having talked to our colleagues in the NNPC and the PPPRA to get those numbers together. That is what we are trying to do at the moment and that is what the work is about. With regard to the issue of the process itself, payment of subsidy to beneficiaries, Ithink the general and broad role of the Ministry is to verify the volume that has been imported and consumed through independent auditors. The auditors again verify that the amount are correct and then make payments to the marketers on those audited figures. That is the broad role of the Ministry of Finance in the payment system. Of course, this involves a whole set of procedures. In the case of NNPC, it usually deducts its portion of subsidy that is payable to it at source. In other words, instead of disbursing money to the treasury, NNPC receives a certain amount of crude that is allocated to it which if it does not refine and gets money, it is supposed to use that money to pay for imported petroleumproducts that are consumed in the country. What typically happens is that NNPC deducts its portion of the subsidy at source. For the marketers, there is a procedure for the payment of subsidy to beneficiaries. First of all, there is this petroleum team that manages these chains of activities. An oil marketer has to register to participate in the scheme; he has to get an approval to import products that is typically given by PPPRA. The product importation then takes place by the marketers. There is witnessing and confirmation of discharge of the imported products by PPPRA operatives, the Department of Petroleum Resources and Auditors which is Akintola Williams Deloitte and we have also added Olusola Adekanola & Co., Independent surveyors are also there, they are appointed by the marketers to confirm the quantity of the imported products. The Nigerian Navy is also at the gate. There is the verification of the import document by PPPRA and DPR. There is compilation, completion and analysis of import document and determination of under recovery by PPPRA. There is a forwarding of the verified document and subsidy claim by PPPRA to the ministry and the budget office of the
  11. 11. 11 federation. There is the forwarding of the import document to the budget office then to the appointed auditor. There is submission of the audited claims by the independent auditors to the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Budget office of the federation. There is approval of funds and forwarding of the audited claims to the Accountant Generalof the Federation by the Hon. Minister of Finance. Typically, this process is expected to be completed within 45 days because beyond that, the marketers begin to charge a rate of interest. This is roughly the procedures that are followed in terms of payment of the subsidy to the independent marketers and the role of the Ministry of Finance in all of these. HON LAWAN: From the briefing you have given, let me ask for one or two clarifications. I think you mentioned that NNPC deducts its payment from source. Who authorized NNPC to do that because you and I know that even the cash calls that are associated with the lifting of crude oil are normally provided for in the Appropriation Act? When we decided to provide for a cost of collection for both Federal Inland Services and Nigerian Customs, those ones were also provided for through the Appropriation Act. So, if NNPC is deducting directly from source, who authorized it? DR OKONJO-IWEALA: What I am saying is that for NNPC, their own understanding is that they need to get money to continue to fuel the importation of these products. In order to support their liquidity position they need to be able to deduct this money to pay those who are also working with them to supply them. I think it will be appropriate to ask them since they are coming before you. You can ask them this particular question. HON LAWAN: Hon. Minister, since you are coming back on Thursday, I hope that some of these answers will be provided, for instance, on the question I raised. Yes, NNPC should be able to explain but the control of the Finances does not lie with NNPC, it lies with the Hon. Minister of Finance. So anybody that is taking money from any source, from funds that are rather available to the Federation Account or is available to the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federal Government, then there must be an authorization from the Ministry of Finance. If NNPC is deducting money directly without authorization, it is doing that illegally. I will assume it is illegal because due process was not followed. But we will allow you to go and come back on Thursday. HON ALI AHMED: I just want to ask a general question that borders on good governance. The information is out now that your ministry ordered an investigation by KPMG. Is it correct to audit and look at the process that you have just spoken to us about now?
  12. 12. 12 DR OKONJO-IWEALA: Yes, it is correct. HON JOHN ENOH: Mr. Chairman, although we follow this from the beginning that the Minister should come back on Thursday, my attitude to this issue is that there has been subsidy for severalyears now but in 2011 subsidy appears to have thrown up quite a lot of issues. I know that in the beginning year of democracy, the issue of subsidy and provision for subsidy and all that were never part of the National Budget. But from 2007, it became an element of the budget to the National Assembly to the extent that for 2011 budget we have a figure of N245 billion. Is it that there is something wrong with the year in which you have a provision in the budget of about N245 billion and by September or October, the government audit brought up the fact that there was about N1.3 trillion already being spent on subsidy? That means by the time figures and records are all put together by December 31, 2011, that figure is going to be much higher. Is it that something is wrong with that situation for 2011? That is my question. HON JAMES ABIODUN FALEKE: My question is just a follow up to the question raised by my honourable colleague. Hon. Minister, can you tell this Committee how much is in the 2012 budget for the payment of arrears on subsidy for 2011? HON UMAR ABUBAKAR: Honourable Minister, during your short brief, you mentioned some procedures of control. In 2007 and 2008 companies that did not qualify or pass the pre-qualification were awarded contracts to buy from this country some crude oil. These companies are Covalent Trading, Petrobas, Desire and the rest. How did we get into that with all the agencies put in place? HON LAWAN: Honourable Minister, I think without prejudice to the fact that you are coming back on Thursday for a detailed presentation, let me join my colleagues in following up on the issues raised on budgetary allocation. My colleagues have requested to know what went wrong that N245 billion was appropriated in 2011 and the amount we have been hearing as having been spent is N1.3 trillion. We also know that N155 billion was also appropriated in 2012 for the payment of arrears. Now, in appropriating N245 billion in 2011, why was it N245 billion instead of N1.3 trillion? Was it short sightedness or was there any decision that was anticipated that recommended the figures to be N245 billion rather than N1.3 trillion? HON ABBAS TAJJUDEEN: Honourable Minister, I know you by reputation, being a very sound professionalaccountant and an economist. I just want to ask a simple question: do you think it is transparent for an organization that benefits fromsubsidy to be the one to approve money for itself? You are the consumer and at the same
  13. 13. 13 time you are the one who authorized the consumption; I just want you to reflect on that since you are coming back on Thursday. Why I said that is because we have been made to understand from your statement that NNPC deducts its own subsidy at source. How would somebody who is a beneficiary to consumer be the one to authorize its own consumption? DR OKONJO-IWEALA: Honourable Chair and honourable Members, for the questions you just asked, I want to say that I am an economist by training and not an accountant and maybe accountants are too clever for me. (Laughter). But I will definitely reflect on the issues that you have raised. I will answer a couple of questions and then I will ask the Director General (Budget) who is here to also respond to some. I am not sure if I follow the questions about the NNPC Audit Report. As I understand, this report was ordered by Mr. President, part of it arose out of the fact that the NNPC was also claiming that the Federal Government owed it some money in addition to what it had deducted; some backlog of payment. It was because what was being deducted was not sufficient to pay for the subsidy on the products that it was supplying. As a result of this, Mr. President ordered that the Ministry of Finance have this audit carried out to ascertain the amount being owed. That was my understanding of what went on. So that was actually what came out and in doing that, the activities of NNPC who owed what to whom was what the KPMG’s Report looked at. I am not sure if I am getting at your question as to the moral issues involved in that. We are just looking strictly at the numbers, who owed what to whom and when? Those are the issues that were examined in the process; I just wanted to clarify that. With regard to the issue that has been raised by some of you on the budget and why it was in budget 2011, and whether there was something peculiar about that budget year. Why was it that N245 billion was not in the budget but in the FiscalFramework? There is a distinction between the two since the subsidy comes out from the Federation Account; not out of Federal Government share alone but also from the Federation Account. Usually when we submit the Fiscal Framework for the year, detailing how much money the entire Federation Account is expected to earn, then from these, we would indicate the portio