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Nat’l Security officers in UNDP flats fail to pay nearly $1m rent

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Nat’l Security officers in UNDP flats fail to pay nearly $1m rent – A-G

The 2021 Auditor-General’s report has revealed that 48 occupants of United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) flats failed to pay rent owed totalling $993,600.00.

These occupants include National Security operatives.

The report recommended that the Chief Director of the Ministry of Works and Housing should pursue recovery of the rent without further delay.

READ ALSO: Invincible Forces allegedly taken over UNDP flats at Cantonments after assaulting the developer

“Our review of rent payment indicated that 48 occupants of United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) flats failed to pay rent owed totalling $993,600.00.

“We recommended that the Chief Director should pursue recovery of the rent from the operatives of National Security and the other tenants without further delay,” the report stressed.

Under the Ministry of Education, the report said “We noted that the Heads of Finance of 16 Institutions of Education paid a total amount of GH¢1,727,708.99 for various activities without adequate or relevant supporting documents.

“We recommended that the Heads of the Institutions involved should refund the amount of GH¢1,727,708.99.”

READ ALSO: Invincible Forces allegedly taken over UNDP flats at Cantonments after assaulting the developer

 

 

By:  Ebenezer Denzel Amanor | Around the Clock Contractors

Source:  Laud Nartey | 3news.com

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