To diminish the level of defilement in open life in Nigeria, the Accountant-General of the Federation (AGF), Ahmed Idris, has required a quarterly review of services, offices, and offices (MDAs).
The AGF, who made the backing yesterday during a gathering with the recently named Auditor-General for the Federation (AuGF), Mr. Adolphus Aghughu, clarified that doing reviews would facilitate the understanding amicable working connection between government evaluators and MDAs.
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The AGF said to decrease the heap ups of monetary reports for reviewing, the Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation should do a quarterly review of the MDAs. He added that there is a requirement for reestablished direction on evaluating practice.
As per AGF, we embrace present-day examining methods with ICT devices, evaluating faster and more exact.
AGF Ahmed Idris and AuGF Adolphus Aghughu during a working visit to the Treasury House, Abuja
"Reviewers are not on a witch-chase mission; they are to prompt and offer a positive input.
"This will decrease shame that bookkeeping officials of MDAs get accounts gatherings openly," he said.
Aghughu valued the AGF for his help and support. He requested more grounded cooperation between the Treasury Audit Department of his office and the Consolidated Accounts Department of OAGF to convenient determination gives that may cause a delay in the finishing of work on fiscal reports.
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