E/R: "Two Ghana Highway Authority Vehicles Stolen" – Audit Report

Some two vehicles belonging to the Ghana Highway Authority(GHA) in the Eastern Region have been stolen.

The revelation is highlighted in the 2020 Auditor-General’s Report on the audit of statutory boards and corporations.

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The report thus recommended that officers in whose custody the vehicles were should be held responsible.

Also the Authority, according to the report over-run its budget for the year under review. It claimed the analysis of the budget and actually revealed a total adverse variance of GH¢94,016,374.

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“We further recommended that Management should take steps to ratify the budget over-run by Parliament,” the latest Auditor General’s report said.

Credit: Modern Ghana