Nigeria, April 12 -- A group, Niger Delta Anti-Corruption Forum (NDACF), has asked the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) to arrest and prosecute staff of the organisation involved in awarding phony contracts and hijacking its scholarship scheme.

The group made the call in a statement on Sunday by its Coordinator, Samuel Samuel.

PAP recently disclosed that it discovered unsavoury acts of fraud perpetrated by some vendors and contractors, adding that it was investigating the activities to determine how widespread they were and the extent of involvement of the persons.

The Interim Administrator of the Programme, Milland Dikio, said while the investigation was on, it would continue to pay those whose contracts and documents had been ver...