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Bolgatanga, Builsa North Municipalities, Nabdam District can’t account for Ghc47,230.79 in revenue collected

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Three (3) assemblies in the Upper East Region have been cited by the 2022 Auditor-General’s Report for being unable to account for over Ghc 47,000 in revenues collected. 

This is according to the Report Of The Auditor-General On The Accounts Of District Assemblies For The Year Ended 31 December 2022 read. 

The Assemblies are the Bolgatanga and Builsa North Municipalities as well as the Nabdam District. 

“Regulation 46 of the PFM Regulations, 2019 (L.I. 2378) enjoins a Principal Spending Officer to ensure that non-tax revenue is efficiently collected and lodged in gross within 24 hours in the designated account.”

“On the contrary, we noted that out of a total amount of GH¢183,541.32 collected by three Assemblies, only GH¢136,310.53 was accounted for leaving a balance of GH¢47,230.79 not accounted for,” portions of the report read. 

The AG’s report charged management of the Assemblies to take steps to recover the stated amounts. 

“This has denied the Assemblies revenue for their operations. We recommended that the total amount of GH¢47,230.79 should be recovered from the revenue collectors and the officers and same paid into the IGF accounts of the respective Assemblies.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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