- Published on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 07:45
- Written by The News
Auditor General Robert L. Kilby has instructed his two principal deputies to relocate their offices to the ground floor of the General Auditing Commission (GAC).
Mr. Winsley Nanka, Deputy Auditor General for Audits and Taweh Veikai, Deputy for Expenditure have been informed in a memorandum signed by the Comptroller William Kruah who is also Acting Auditor General, that the GAC deputies should relocate their offices to enable the workforce have easy access to their designated heads.
The memorandum also indicated that the relocation of the deputies from the top floor would alleviate the congestion on the Auditor General's floor which is the top floor.
The memorandum, dated December 3, 2012, said “By directive of the Auditor General, you are requested to relocate your office to the ground floor to enable easy access to their designated heads, leaving the top floor for the Auditor General, thereby alleviating the congestion on AG's floor.”
According to acting Auditor General Kruah, the memo took effect December 4, 2012, which informed Nanka and Veikai that the Facility Manager, Mr. Samford Dennis has been advised to assist in the relocation process and provide all necessary assistance for a smooth transition.
Meanwhile, sources told this paper that AG Kilby has left the country for Kenya and the United States for 19 days. It is not known whether the trip is official or private.
However, the Director of Communications at the GAC Nathaniel Brumskine could not be reached for comments as his phone rang repeatedly without response.
In recent times, AG Kilby has been in the media for dismissing more than 40 employees from the General Auditing Commission, a decision that sparked tension in Monrovia.
He claimed to have taken the action because the dismissed employees were unqualified and also the GAC was over crowded with people doing nothing.