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Public sector accountants advised on prudent use of funds

Addressing Executive members of the Association of the National Accountants of Nigeria, (ANAN) FCT branch, at the Treasury House in Abuja, Alhaji Ahmed said the…

Addressing Executive members of the Association of the National Accountants of Nigeria, (ANAN) FCT branch, at the Treasury House in Abuja, Alhaji Ahmed said the decline in the revenue of the government as a result of the fall in the oil price is capable of affecting the business of governance if not properly managed.
A statement from Deputy Director Press, Office of the Accountant General of the Federation, Ifeanyi Okereke said the AGF called for a more innovative, efficient and prudent management of the available resources, saying that ANAN, whose members are controllers of funds in the civil service, must see themselves as critical stakeholders in this administration.
Alhaji Idris pledged his commitment to upholding the professional ethics of the body in the discharges of his duty as the Accountant General of the Federation.
He further said that he will in line with Mr. President directive ensure that all forms of leakages of funds are plugged and that funds are judiciously and appropriately utilized. 
The leader of the delegation and Chairman ANAN FCT chapter, Mr.  Benjamin Ogbeide commended  Alhaji Idris on his appointment, saying it is a glorious moment for the body, as one of her own has been elevated to this position.
He pledged the commitment and support of ANAN in the FCT and the nation in ensuring that the AGF discharges his duty excellently.