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NPPA Warns COI Affected Businesses

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The National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) has issued warning to business that were named in the White Papers of the Commissions of Inquiry which in effect put a temporary suspension on all such business from doing business with Government pending the final outcome of their various petitions or as otherwise determined by the Office of the Attorney General.

As stated in the utilise paragraph of the above referred to circular, the temporary suspension would be lifted for any named company based on them being exonerated or exculpated through the Office of the Attorney- General.

In this regard, the NPPA now inform the general public and public sector procuring entities in particular that having received such submissions from the Attorney- General.

“Any subsequent clearance for any other business will be duly communicated to the public in this same format.” NPPA’s Chief Executive, Ibrahim Brima Swarray stated.

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