PERFORMANCE AUDIT REPORTS ON FISHERIES REVENUE, POTABLE WATER SUPPLY AND SLRTA VEHICLE MONITORING TABLED IN SEPTEMBER 2012

18th September 2012.

Three performance audit reports from the Audit Service Sierra Leone (ASSL) were tabled in Parliament by the Acting Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, Hon. Komba Koedoyoma, on Tuesday 18th September, 2012.

Hon. Koedoyoma said that he was pleased to lay before the House of Parliament the reports on:
Supply of Potable Water by SALWACO;
Examination and Monitoring of Vehicles by SLRTA, and
Generation and Collection of Revenue in the Fisheries Sector.


Supply of Potable Water by SALWACO

According to the executive summary of the report on the Supply of Potable Water, the objective of the report was to assess the extent to which SALWACO has contributed to improved water supply services in their specified areas of operation.

The Audit focused on three key issues namely, sourcing, treatment and distribution of water.

Click to see the full Supply of Potable Water report


Generation and Collection of Revenue in the Fisheries Sector


The report on Fisheries Revenue states that the audit was motivated by the fact that the country loses approximately $30 million due to illegal fishing. Concerns that the county is losing out on revenue motivated the performance audit on the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.

Click to see the full Fisheries Revenue report


Examination and Monitoring of Vehicles by SLRTA

The performance audit report on the Examination and Monitoring of Vehicles by SLRTA was carried out as a result of the persistent increase in the number of road accidents in the country.

Performance Auditors from ASSL visited examination centres to obtain relevant data and information on the operations of SLRTA in relation to the Examination and Monitoring of Vehicles.

Click to see the full SLRTA Vehicle Examination and Monitoring report
Click to see the press release

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