Mr Ismail Adeleye, Former acting Auditor General of the federation has charged Adamawa state, local government auditor generals and internal auditors on standard practice base on the law for accountability in public resources management.
Adeleye made the call at the end of their two-day engagement organized by United State Agency International Development (USAID) state2state in Yola.
Adeleye who is the resource person said that operating standard practice would help to have good governance, accountability, transparency and effectiveness in the state.
“As Auditors whatever that you have learned put it in to practice, when you have done so, finances in public administration in this state will not be the same again”, he said.
Maryam Dikko, USAID’s Team Lead, commended the resources person and the participants for their active participation.
Dikko who was represented by Mr Emmanuel Bwala, Citizens Engagement and Capacity Building specialist, USAID said the workshop would help them improve on their performance.
“State2State is implementing this activity to provide a platform for interaction and exchange to improve coordination between State Auditor General, Auditor General Local Government.
She further said, the objective of the engagement is to enhance capacity of participants to promote accountability in public resource management in the state.
In his remarks, Mr Alhaji Usman Ahmed, state Auditor General commended USAID for the training workshop.
He said that the training is timely and it would definitely help them improve on their duties.
Our correspondent reports that other participants were drawn from Yola North, Fufore, Gombi, Mubi South, Numan, Michika and Ganye Local Government Areas.
State House of Assembly Secretaries of Public Account Committee, Civil Society Organizations and Priority Sector Committees on Education, Health, Water Resources and Environment.