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TWO LAWYERS who have conducted a paper trail of a million dollars allegedly missing from the Nigerian Delta State Youth programme say they have evidence that the money is accounted for.

Attorney-at-law Douglas Trotman, who is representing 66 of the Nigerian students in Barbados to pursue studies at the Community College, and Guyson Mayers, who is representing former programme coordinator Sharon Brathwaite, say they can account for every cent of the US$2.5 million which was entrusted to Brathwaite, to be utilised for the first stage of the project in Barbados.

Donna St Hill, the supervisor of the programme, has reportedly said that US$500 000 was missing.

This was communicated to the police even though a formal report has not been made.

Speaking to the media yesterday at the Casa Grande Hotel’s public car park, the attorneys produced a four-page file documenting Brathwaite’s involvement in the project and how the money was spent.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.



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