Imo State Oil Producing Development Commission, ISOPADEC, has come under probe as Imo State Governor, Hon. Emeka Ihedioha has set up a probe panel to look into the activities of the Commission from May 2011 to May 2019.
According to a statement by Secretary to the State Government, Uche Onyeagocha, the panel will look into the following:
*To look into financial accruals and expenditure of ISOPADEC from May 2011 to May 2019.
*To ascertain whether the expenditures were made in line with the Law governing financial transactions in ISOPADEC and other extant laws.
*To look into the procurement processes of ISOPADEC and ascertain whether they were made in line with due process, rules and regulations.
*To look into all the recruitments/employments in ISOPADEC and ascertain whether they were made in line with laid down rules.
*To make recommendations on Officers and members of management who are found to have abused the rules and regulations and their offices.
*To make any other recommendations that will help to strengthen and reposition ISOPADEC for better performance.
The Committee is headed by Chief R.C.O. Ezeogu, a retired Permanent Secretary who will serve as Chairman.
Other members of the committee are:
Mrs. Ugo Anyanwu (Auditor General, Rtd)
3. Barr. Zach Okoronkwo –
4. Nominee from Oguta –
5. Nominee from Ohaji –
6. Mr. K. C. Otuonye (Deputy Dir. Admin Finance Ministry of Community Government Council & Traditional Affairs) – Secretary