OPAPP warns public vs impostors selling gov’t contracts

/ 07:16 PM March 28, 2017

The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) has warned the public on impostors posing as their employees and asking for “reservation fees” to secure government contracts.

“We have not authorized anyone to peddle or sell projects nor are we into this unscrupulous and anomalous business,” the OPAPP said in a statement on Tuesday.


It added that they are implementing projects in the “most transparent way and proper way bereft of corruption and anomalies.”

The OPAPP asked to directly report any person posting as their employees by contacting 02-63607071 local 823 or 824 or 0917-3009346 or email [email protected]Frances Mangosing/JE

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