A former principal Accountant at the Registrar General’s Department is in hot waters for allegedly defrauding the State by over US$163,510.00.
Mr. Tahiru Haruna, according to the Auditor-General’s report, transferred the amount from the Registrar General’s account into his private account in 2014 contrary to the country’s financial regulations.
He is currently assisting the security agencies in their investigations.
The Auditor-General’s Report also faulted the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) and its former Chief Executive Officer, Sylvester Mensah for making unauthorised payments to waste management firm, Zoomlion.
According to the report, the NHIA, under the tenure of Sylvester Mensah made a payment of GHȻ111,401,650 to Zoomlion without following due processes.