Ghana Audit Service presents Four Reports to Parliament

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The Auditor-General has submitted four audit reports to Parliament in accordance with the requirements of the 1992 Constitution.
These are the performance audit report on management of health care waste, consolidated annual accounts as at December 2017 financial year, public accounts, ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs), and the District Assemblies Common Fund.
This was contained in a press statement issued in Accra by the Audit Service, signed by Joseph Kingsley Ghunney, the Director of Public Relations of the Audit Service and copied to ghananewsonline.com.gh
The statement indicated that, the audit is out in conformity with Article 187(2) of the Constitution and internationally accepted standards.
It also added that, stakeholders and the general public could access copies of the reports on the Service’s website www.ghaudit.org

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