Clem Agba, minister of state for budget and planning, says the fire that gutted the workplace of the accountant general of the Federation didn’t demolish any record.
On Wednesday, fire broke out at the Treasury House, a structure lodging the AGF’s office.
Authorities of the Federal Fire Service and National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) had the option to extinguish the fire after about an hour later.
Many had claimed that the fire was an endeavor to conceal bad behavior by the federal government.
In any case, talking with journalists in the wake of assessing the influenced office in Abuja, Agba said they are yet to take a stock of what was demolished in the fire however all the government’s budgetary exchanges were flawless.
The minister said the fire was brought about by a sparkle in one of the Air control systems (AC) on the fourth floor.
“We have gone round the rooms and offices where the fire influenced, and I am happy to report that our data centres where every one of our records are kept are completely flawless,” he said.
“There is no obliteration, so we haven’t lost any record. As an administration I need to guarantee you that our records are flawless, a couple of archives are scorched, we haven’t began recuperation to check what really consumed, however the entirety of our monetary exchanges are unblemished.
“We would do a full scale examination utilizing the correct experts to decide precisely what occurred.”
Likewise speaking, Ahmed Idris, AGF, said there would be an “intensive” examination of the occurrence.
“For accentuation, our data center is flawless, no damage in any capacity with the exception of the cooling framework which we are currently endeavoring to return to activity,” Idris said.
“We are likewise happy there is no setback.”
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