Earlier this week, the Audit Service disclosed that the country experienced financial irregularities to the tune of GHS17 billion.
This was published in the Auditor General’s Report for 2021.
Although, the revelation was shocking to many, Ghanaians are questioning why the Auditor General did not implement initiative to surcharge institutions responsible for the lost revenue.
In view of that, Newsfile scheduled a Special Edition that dissected the topic, “2021 Audit: From GHS 12 billion to GHS 17 billion, Reporting Rot, Recovering Nothing?”
Host, Samson Lardy Anyenini and his panelists discussed the matter.
- Ghana’s public debt up ¢6.3bn within 2 months to reach ¢575.5bn in June 2023
- Produce the alleged recording of the said inducement – National Security challenges Barker-Vormawor
- Financial system resilient to risks from macroeconomic challenges in 2022 – BoG
- When our moral fundamentals are weak, the economy will explode
- CalBank denies MD exit
- Corruption is the deadliest disease to ever hit Ghana – Domelevo
- #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest: NMC, Amnesty International Ghana condemn Police brutality
- #OccupyJulorBiHouse: IGP Dampare just lost it, he’s just protecting ‘corrupt’ Akufo-Addo – Martin Kpebu
- Government must pay attention to issues plaguing creative arts industry – D-Black
- Without guarantor system, EC would’ve disenfranchised many eligible voters – Omane Boamah
- Nana Krobea Asante unhappy about Ghana’s decline in peace ranking
- OccupyGhana condemns arrests of peaceful demonstrators
- #OccupJulorbiHouse: Citizens’ rights above that of President, IGP – Kofi Bentil
- Parts of Accra flooded during Friday’s downpour
- Journalists Sanctuary International condemns latest police brutality against journalists in Ghana