The House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts has placed Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TetFund), National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and the Joints Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on “Status Enquiry” over failure to render their audited accounts to the Auditor General’s office.
The agencies were summoned by the committee as part of its investigation of treasury or partially funded MDAs over unaudited accounts since 2014. 
The committee discovered that, JAMB submitted its 2014 audited accounts two years late in 2016 to the office of the Auditor General.
Speaking after the submission by JAMB, Chairman of the committee, Oluwole Oke said:“we will place JAMB on status enquiry, they should furnish this house in writing why their accounts were submitted late
Similarly, the Tertiary Education Fund,  (TETFUND), National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, (NDLEA) were also placed on status enquiry over similar infractions.
Chairman of the committee, said the decision to place the agencies on Status Enquiry became necessary as it had been discovered that they have ran foul of the law.
He said the status enquiry would enable the committee investigate and expose  irregularities in their accounts.