Aghughu Adolphus was nominated as the Auditor General of the Federation after he was recommended by the Senate Committee on Public Accounts. His pedigree, experience and performance at the Audit House qualified him for the post. He was born in 1962 and hails from Idima Ewatto in Edo State. The nomination has prompted several people to congratulate him on his appointment.
The incoming Auditor General of the Federation has a long list of responsibilities. In this capacity, he is required to ensure that the finances of the government are transparent. He also oversees the audits of state and federal agencies. He will be responsible for overseeing the performance of the Federal Government and ensuring compliance with the Constitution. The appointment of the Auditor General of the Federation will require a unanimous vote of both chambers of Congress.
The office of the Auditor General of the Federation (OAGF) is the supreme auditing institution of the federal government. The Constitution entrusts this independent institution with the responsibility of auditing federal accounts. It also has the exclusive duty of conducting government audits. In addition, the office has the right to conduct inspections. It also oversees the budget and the public sector. This means that the Auditor General has the power to inspect government operations.
The Office of the Auditor General of the Federation should be well-resourced and independent. It should not be dependent on other authorities. The reports and recommendations made by the Auditor-General should be implemented by the relevant authorities. As a matter of fact, it is only after the audit that the FG will decide whether or not to prosecute the chief executives of MDAs. So, if a culpable MDA chief executive is found guilty, the FG should act accordingly.
The President of Nigeria has nominated Mr. Aghughu Arhotomhenla Adolphus to be the Auditor-General of the federation. The office was created under the Constitution and is a separate entity. Section 85 of the Constitution states that the Auditor-General shall audit the public accounts of the federation and report to the National Assembly on the findings. Ayine has been the Office’s Director of Audit since January 2016.
The Auditor-General of the Federation’s mandate is defined in Section 85 of the Constitution. The office is responsible for overseeing all of the financial accounts of the federation. It is the official of the Federal Government that prepares the yearly audit reports. In addition, the FG should be well-resourced and should not be dependent on other authorities. Aside from that, the office should not be operating from a rented apartment and should be independent of the president.
The Office of the Auditor General of the federation should be well-funded. The office should not be operating from a rented apartment and should be independent of other government authorities. The office should be empowered to take action on the reports of the auditor-general of the federation. In fact, the Minister of Justice should investigate any culpable MDA chief executive who fails to follow the rules of the law.
The Auditor-General of the federation is responsible for conducting independent audits of the monetary accounts of the governing body of the a country. The Auditor-General is responsible for ensuring that all records and accounting systems are accurate and up to standard. The IG’s report is a must-read for any citizen and the government should take all necessary steps to keep it up-to-date and avoid any mistakes.
The Auditor-General of the Federation, Mr. Aghughu, was nominated by President Muhammadu Buhari for the position of Auditor-General of the federation. The letter was sent to the Senate President Ahmad Lawan on behalf of President Muhammadu Buhari. The President also said that he would appoint a successor to Anthony Mkpe Ayine. The appointment will be effective from January 1, 2017.
In addition to the office of the Auditor-General, the Office of the FG has several other roles in the governance of a nation. The AGF has a role in fighting corruption and promoting transparency in public financial management. The new plan of the AGF will improve the organization’s performance in auditing and quality assurance. The aim of the five-year strategy is to ensure that the FG’s independence remains unaffected by external factors.