OGUN STATE: LG Audited Accounts For 2014 Ready

Gov. Ibikunle Amosun

part of its efforts in promoting accountability and transparency in Public
Administration, the Office of the Auditor-General for Local Government says it
has audited the 2014 accounts of the 20 Local Government Councils in the State.

Auditor-General for Local Governments, Alhaji Mohammed Ogunleye stated this in
Abeokuta while playing host to the State House of Assembly Committee on Public
Accounts and Anti- Corruption led by Hon. Oyenuga Olufowobi.

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who added that work would soon be completed on this year’s accounts, noted that
his office had equally completed the auditing of the training fund released to
the Local Government Service Commission as well as the accounts of the Bureau
of Local Governments Pension for 2014.
said that the Joint Account Allocation Committee (JAAC) had also been audited,
while certification of retired Local Government staff and primary school
teachers had also been completed.
the Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Olufowobi implored the office of
Auditor-General for Local Governments to strive hard in ensuring the blockage
of loopholes in revenue generation to the councils and continue to complement Senator
Ibikunle Amosun led administration in the delivery of democratic dividends to
the people.
Committee also visited the Office of the Auditor-General for the State, where
the staffers were lauded for their prudence and promotion of transparency in
public governance.