Controller & Accountant-General Gives Final Deadline

Grace-Francisca-AdzroeThe Controller and Accountant-General has asked heads of ministries, department, and agencies, metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies and employees whose salaries were suspended from the mecha-nised payroll due to zero bank account numbers in September and October, to submit the required information for their names to be restored onto the payroll.

Consequently, it has given a November 14 deadline for those whose salaries were suspended in September and a December 15 deadline for those whose salaries were suspend in October.

A statement issued by the institution in Accra on Friday, warned that failure of employees to submit the required information on the due dates would result in deletion of their names from the payroll.

“Employees are reminded that failure to submit the required information on the due dates (14th November or 15th December, 2014 respectively) would compel the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department to permanently delete the names from the payroll without further opportunity for restoration,” it said.

It would be recalled that in September and October, the Controller and Accountant General’s Department, as part of measures to clean the payroll data, suspended the salaries of employees who did not have bank account numbers.

Affected employees were required to complete a standard form and attach the requisite information and submit same to the relevant district offices of the Auditor-General in person for validation before their salaries could be restored onto the payroll.

The instruction further indicated that those whose salaries were suspended in September, were expected to submit the necessary information by October 15.

By Times Reporter

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