UPSA transactions not documented-AG’s Report

According to the 2021 Auditor-General’s Report, some transactions carried out by officials of the University for Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) were not supported by relevant documents as proof. This is contained in the report dated June 1, 2022, and addressed to Mr Alban Bagbin, Speaker of Parliament. “Twenty-five (25) payment vouchers totaling GH318,982.54 released to officers of UPSA to transact official business on behalf of the University were not supported by the relevant d...[Read More]

Dafeamakpor criticizes internal auditors

Internal auditors have been criticized for their role in the financial violations that have occurred over the years from South Dayi MP Rockson Dafeamakpor. Mr Dafeamakpor lamented that internal auditors were not doing enough to maintain internal control measures for public finances in response to the new Auditor General’s findings that highlighted additional violations in various government agencies. The Auditor General, who sends men to audit these records as external auditors, “sho...[Read More]

2021 Audit Report carried out in accordance with INTOSAI

Mr Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, the Auditor-General, has stated that the 2021 Audit Report, which found some Justices in Ghana to have engaged in ‘illegal’ vehicle purchases, was carried out in accordance with International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions and best practices. According to Section 20 of the Audit Service Act of 2000, the report contains significant issues and matters (Act 584). “We have conducted an audit of the accounts of Ministries, Departments, and Agenci...[Read More]