The fates of about thirty managers of public institutions hang on a balance as they appear before the Finance and Budgetary Disciplinary Board of the Supreme State Audit.
From November 27-30, Ministers, Mayors and other managers of public institutions will take turns to defend their management of public finance put at their disposal.
The various sessions that will hold behind closed doors will be presided over by the Minister Delegate at the Presidency of the Republic in charge of the Supre State Audit, Mbah Acha Rose.
Results of the investigations as well as reports from the hearings would be forwarded to the Head of State for appropriate measures to be taken as the fight against corruption is set to intensify in the coming weeks.
The hearings this week come in the wait of a new government to kick start the Head of State’s new seven-year mandate.