(With documents) A report by the Central Review Agency reveals major corruption in the Public Works and Roads Office in Shabwa Governor
Tuesday 24 May 2022 – time: 21:16:59
(Al-Aminah Net / Private 🙂
Official documents obtained by the newspaper Al-Amna revealed a report issued by the Central Organization for Governance and Accountability in Shabwa Governor, which revealed major corruption in the Public Works and Roads Office in Shabwa Governor, during the reign of the ousted governor, Muhammad Saleh bin Adyo.
The governor, Ibn al-Wazir, is working to expose the corruption of the previous government, and the projects carried out without a tender, during the era of the former governor, Muhammad Saleh bin Adyo.
The Director-General of the Central Organization for Governance and Accountability Branch in Shabwa Governor submitted an official memorandum to the brother / Deputy Prosecutor of Public Funds in the governor, a detailed report revealing the incident of the facilitation of the seizure of public money in the amount of one hundred and fifty thousand thirty-eight dollars, in the Office of Public Works and Roads M / Shabwa.
The results of the investigation and references point to one of the development projects affiliated with the Governor at the Public Works and Roads Office (the Sixtieth Street project, the western entrance of Ataq city), which was approved by the Al during the year 2019 AD be implemented. -Mohsani Foundation. She has criminal facts about the damage to public money and its facilitation to others without right. The accused are:
1- Abdul Karim Al-Barakani, director of the supervisory unit at the Works Office.
2- Eng Aidarous Al-Khaliji, member of the supervisory unit.
3- Younis Hassan Al-Barma, a specialized engineer.
The report summarized the most important of these facts, the fact that some specialists in the Public Works and Roads Office have an amount of (150038) dollars in the extract No. added one for the value of the works performed and completed during the period from 23/7/2019 to 21/8/2019 under the terms and specifications agreed under The contract concluded between the local authority and the Al-Mohsani foundation for the Sixty-sixth Street project, the western entrance to Ataq, on the grounds that it was the value of the works carried out during that period.
The report adds that the Agency found, by looking at the summary, going to the project site, and examining those visible works on the ground, and comparing them with the works shown in the summary, which the following tone:
1) Abstract number one included the value of unimplemented works on the land at a cost of fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars ($ 15,900).
2) Abstract number one included the value of works implemented in previous periods and under previous works and not completed works during the period from 23/7/2019 AD to 21/8/2019 AD, and the total of those works amounting to sixty-five thousand dollars (65,000 dollars). ).
3) The extract included the value of the works actually performed on the ground, but the authorities still have standard goods by inspection and sampling and comparing it with the specifications, conditions and designs specified in the studies and designs of the Public Works and Roads Office that they are not according to the specifications and samples agreed upon.He spent it by increasing the amount of sixty-nine thousand one hundred and thirty-eight dollars (69,138) dollars.
4) It was noted that the person who signed the extract containing these works was Brother Younis Hassan Al-Barama, not the supervisor appointed to oversee that project.
5) It was noted that the Financial Director of the Works Office made it clear to the Director of the Public Works and Roads Office that extract number one includes unimplemented works, but the director’s response was the order to pay out based on the evidence of specialists in the supervisory unit, so the time he could come down and verify it on the ground was only That he did not carry out the slightest legal proceedings, which resulted in damage to public money.
6) The Agency found that the Finance Office had not complied with its legal duties and responsibilities with regard to the protection of public money, as it had been noted that it had been informed with a copy of the memorandum of the Director of Finance and the Office of Public Works and Roads, addressed to the Director of the Office of Works in the Governor, which included a number of transgressions and transgressions of law which accompanied the implementation of the Sixty-sixth Street project.No legal action will be taken in connection with this matter does not become.
7) The Director of the Public Works Office, the Roads, and the Director of the Finance Office have been notified of a detailed report which includes these incidents of infringements and the Agency’s recommendations to them to take the necessary legal action and to the offenders and those responsible for this unlawful conduct and misconduct, to recover the sums paid out without guilt, and to compel the Al-Mohsani Foundation to clear all the apparent defects and the breach of the specifications and quantities agreed to rectify.
The Director-General of the Central Agency says that it was noted that they did not respond to the report of the Central Agency for Governance and Accountability and implemented its recommendations, despite the repeated letters from the Agency more than once to them, but they did not assign themselves to respond to the report of the Agency, which violates their duties and violates the provisions of Article (15) paragraph (9) of the Law of the Central Organization for Control and Accountability.
Al-Aweni added that those offenses and facts, the most important of which were checked and included in the attached report, are criminal facts, punishable under the provisions of Section (162) of the Crime and Criminal Code No. (12). of 1994 AD.
The Director-General of the Control and Liability Branch has these criminal facts, in accordance with the provisions of Article No. (11) Paragraph (7) of the Central Organization for Control and Accountability Act No. take the necessary legal action against those responsible and those responsible and hold them liable in accordance with the law and to recover the amounts paid.It was illegally paid out and delivered to the account designated for it at the Central Bank, and the recommendations of the Agency was implemented and it was provided with what was taken.
Official documents obtained by the Al-Amna newspaper, issued by the Office of Public Works and Roads in the Shabwa Governor, revealed the expenditures spent during the years 2019 and 2020.
The documents confirm the disbursement of large sums, although these were only deductions, which reached 145,294 Saudi Riyal.
Observers believe that administrative and financial corruption, with approved official documents, can not be denied by any official, as the corruption of the oil company was revealed yesterday, and today the Public Works and Roads Office, and what is hidden greater.
Politicians have demanded that Sheikh Awad Ibn al-Wazir, the governor of Shabwa governor, stop the tampering, change the corrupt and refer them for investigation, which was appointed during the rule of Ibn Adyo Brotherhood’s authority.
And Southern politician Ahmed Abu Khalifa said in his Facebook post: “A general manager in Shabwa paid his son, the young engineer, 38,000 Saudi Riyals to rent a car while overseeing a road paving project. . “