The Governor of Abia, Alex Otti, has announced that his administration will collaborate with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) to promote ongoing openness and accountability.
When Innocent Okwuosa, the President of ICAN, paid Mr. Otti a visit on Friday in Umuahia, they spoke about this.
The governor stated that the state government’s current top priority is to restore the state while Kenneth Kalu, the Secretary to the State Government, was speaking on his behalf.
According to him, the determination of the administration to reconstruct Abia pushed them to make accountability, openness, and the efficient use of public resources priorities.
“There is no other institution that can be more useful in this act of enthroning transparency and accountability than the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria,” the author writes. “There is no institution that can be more useful in this act of enthroning transparency and accountability.”
According to Mr. Otti, the state administration of Abia is committed to developing a system with the intention of restoring the people’s faith in the political system.
He stated that the job of transforming the state was one that required skill, dedication, and diligence.
Mr. Otti expressed his gratitude to ICAN for the organisation’s help and stated that his government would continue to collaborate with the institution in the areas of financial management, project management, sustainable economic growth, and the transformation of the public sector.
Earlier on, Mr. Okwuosa praised the governor for the determination of his administration to promote financial transparency and honesty in order to make Abia “God’s own state.”
He remarked, “I want to pledge the support of ICAN to your vision of running an open, transparent government that is devoid of waste.”