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Auditor-General submits US25Million mop up investigation report

Jarp Davis/Jos Garneo Cephas Sr.
Liberia's Auditor General, General Auditing Commission, Yusador Saadatu Gaye
Liberia's Auditor General, General Auditing Commission, Yusador Saadatu Gaye

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - The General Auditing Commission (GAC) has submitted to President George Weah, a former report on the government’s expenditure of US25Million for the mop up of excess Liberian Dollars from the local market.

The submitted report, according to an Execution Mansion release issued Thursday, May 16, 2019 is undergoing review by President Weah for further actions in keeping with the findings.

In March of this year, President Weah mandated GAC to conduct an audit of US 25Million in question following an initial investigation to ensure transparency and accountability in government.

Government reported in early May, upon that the commission was holding “exit meetings” in keeping with the procedure agreed after the submission of a draft t report.

The GAC was then given a two-week mandate to conduct the process, but requested for more time to conduct and present a comprehensive report.

The Liberian granted the GAC additional ten days to allow for the full completion of the report and assured the public of government’s determination to get to the bottom of the matter and make the findings public.

 


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