The Ghana Audit Service is demanding a refund of $4,020 imprest from the Auditor- General Daniel Domelevo from his foreign travel funds.
The letter sighted by Awake News revealed that, an audit report on the travel expenses of the Auditor-General showed that he had not retired the accountable imprest of the monies that were paid on his travel to London and Hague in March and April 2018.
The letter which was signed by Prof. Edward Dua Agyeman, Chairman of the Service, on November 30, 2020, stated that, “To ensure prudent use of the Service’s resource as required under Regulation 22 of the Audit Service Regulation, 2011 C.I 70 , the Audit Service Board” contacted K and A Accounting service to audit the foreign travels of Top Management Staff( Auditor-General and Deputy Auditors-General)”
“Records made available show that in March and April 2018 you travelled with Mr. George Swanzy Winful to London and The Hague, in addition to your total per-diem allowance of US$1,641.10 you were also given an additional amount of US$4,020.00 as accountable imprest”.
“The audit report shows that you have not retired the accountable imprest”, he noted.
The Board Chairman directed him to account for the amount of US$4,020 that was released to him with receipts within two weeks of receiving the letter.
Read the letter below:
Filed By ; Agaatorne Douglas Asaah / awakenewsroom.com