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Surcharge and disallow to curb the perennial loss of limited financial resources – Citizens’ Coalition to Auditor-General

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The Coalition for Democratic and Accountable Governance (Citizens’ Coalition) has petitioned the Auditor-General, Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, to surcharge all persons and institutions implicated in the Auditor-General’s Report on Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) for 2019, 2020, and 2021.

In a petition submitted to the Auditor-General after hours of picketing within the enclave of the Ministries in Accra yesterday, September 5, the Citizens’ Coalition noted that despite the constitutional mandate empowering the Auditor-General to disallow and surcharge and the subsequent affirmation of such powers by the Supreme Court, he is yet to exercise these powers since taking office. The Coalition believes this failure emboldens public officials to continue causing financial loss to the State.

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