Covid Fund: A list of names involved in irregularities sent to the public prosecutor

Covid Fund: A list of names involved in irregularities sent to the public prosecutor
Covid Fund: A list of names involved in irregularities sent to the public prosecutor

XALIMANEWS- Cited in scandals revolving around Covid funds, certain people, having had responsibilities at the heart of the administration, will be summoned to report. For good reason, the Minister of Justice, Ousmane Diagne, has already contacted the Public Prosecutor. And according to Seneweb, things seem to be moving. Also, at least 10 people on the list below will see their names on the Prosecutor’s table.

DIALLO lamina, accountant of the level 1 public health establishment of Kaffrine accused of failure to produce supporting documents for expenses linked to COVID-19 in the amount of 45,000,000 FCFA.

Ndiamé NDIAYEdirector of the Microfinance Impulse Fund accused of management misconduct for non-justification of the use of 11,191,532 FCFA from Force Covid-19 funds.

Alassane DIALLO, director of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Mines and Geology, is accused of management misconduct for having paid for the construction of a gravimetric unit when the work was not carried out. He justified this payment by the delay in allocation of a plot of land and provided a credit invoice and a commitment on the honor of the contractor. However, the Court of Auditors considers that these documents do not justify the payment.

Ousseynou NGOM, director of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Health and Social Action, is accused of management misconduct for failure to justify expenditure for an amount of 36,147,500 FCFA. He is accused of having used the same supporting documents to justify different expenses, charged both to the funds of the “aid and relief” advance fund and to the resources of a bank account opened at Crédit du Sénégal.

Ndèye Aminata LOUM NDIAYE, Director of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Industrial Development and Small and Medium-Sized Industries, and Moustapha DIOP, manager of the “small and medium-sized enterprise support fund” bank account opened at the BOA, are targeted by a judicial investigation concerning the conditions of payment of expenses for the acquisition of masks in the amount of 2,500,000,000 FCFA financed by COVID-19 funds. The irregularities include cash payments to suppliers, incomplete remittance releases, payments made before delivery of masks, and inconsistencies in check numbers used for withdrawals.

Djiby DIAKHATE, Director of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Women, Family, Gender and Child Protection, is accused of mismanagement for failure to justify expenditure for an amount of 53,233,300 FCFA. He is accused of having made aid and relief payments to members of ministry staff and of having used funds intended for the granting of aid to vulnerable groups to acquire goods and services.

Mouhamadou SENEDirector of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Youth, is accused of overcharging on the price of hydro-alcoholic gel in the amount of 41,217,580 FCFA.

Madeleine Suzane LODirector of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Commerce and Small and Medium Enterprises, is accused of overcharging on the price of hydro-alcoholic gel in the amount of 805,000 FCFA.

Aliou SOW, outgoing Director of General Administration and Equipment of the Ministry of Community Development, Social and Territorial Equity, is accused of overinvoicing on the price of rice for an amount of 2,749,927,498 FCFA. He justified the price with a table provided by the Ministry of Commerce, but the Court of Auditors stressed that this table does not replace the order setting the prices.

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