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Review Service constructs nineteen offices nationwide

The sod-cutting ceremony has been performed for the construction of 19 offices across the country for the Audit Support. The €24. 5-million project is being financed with a concessionary loan from the German authorities through its KfW Development Bank. The particular project is being executed in two phases and it is expected to be completed by the finish of the 12 months. When completed, each of the Review Service office tasks will have supplementary facilities such as executive offices, wedding reception, meeting rooms, seminar/training/workshop rooms, achievers room, storage room.

Individuals also be crack room, server room, guard room, kitchen, places of convenience for individuals with disability and common offices. Three of the offices will be built in the Eastern, Cambiamento and Central areas, while the sixteen others will be placed up in the districts, including Asankragua, Twifo Praso, Half Assini, Dodowa, Koforidua, Asamankese, Kpando, Offinso, Atebubu, Apam, Axim and Enchi. The rest are Tepa, Kintampo, Bibiani, Kumasi Effiduase, Coupe, Wenchi, Navorongo, Shawl Coast and Ho.

A sod-cutting ceremony was kept at Effiduase-Koforidua lately for work to begin on the Koforidua Regional Office task to signal the start of the project. The Auditor-General, Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, said the building of the workplaces had come at the right time because employees of the service had already been facing serious accommodation challenges. Based on your pet, the Audit Support had 275 management districts out of which the Review Service had workplaces in only seventy six districts, describing it as woefully insufficient. Mr Asiedu said the Audit Assistance was, consequently, no where near a third coverage in the districts.

The depressing aspect of the case, he indicated, is that the Taxation Service owned less than 30 of such structures. of which, the Auditor-General further indicated, was a major problem for the service, rendering it impossible for the in order to be independent of the auditor. Mister Asiedu, consequently, famous the German govt for assisting Ghana to put the 19 offices around the world.

The region Director of KfW Development Bank, who represented the The German language Ambassador in Ghana, Anndt Wiehierm, said until 2012 KfW, the Danish Intercontinental Development Agency (DANIDA) and the Canadian International Development Organization (CIDA) had recently been supporting Ghana to achieve its development goals. That, they stated, was through financial and technological co-operation. The dotation of the new offices, Mr Wiehierm said, would enhance the capacity and skills of representatives of the Taxation Service in the performance of their duties.

The Asian Regional Minister, Seth Kwame Acheampong, who represented the Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, said it was gratifying that a long lasting regional office building was being constructed for the Audit Service. The local minister stressed that the offices were necessary as a result of increased fiscal transfers to the sub-national levels occasioned by the government's decentralization insurance plan. He expressed the government's gratitude to the German govt and other associates because of their support in implementing the jobs.


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