ANAN lauds FCTA over financial prudence, accountability
The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, ANAN, has commended the authorities of Federal Capital Territory Administration for prudent management of resources and financial accountability.
Chairman of the FCT Chapter of the association, Alhaji Abdullahi Yahaya, gave the commendation in Abuja when he paid a courtesy call on the FCT Permanent Secretary, Mr. Chinyeaka Ohaa.
"We need to commend the FCT Administration for ensuring prudent management of the resources at its disposal. We know the Permanent Secretary and the Minister to be people of frugal lifestyle and this is something we need to commend them for", he said.
In his remarks, the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Chinyeaka Ohaa, thanked the association for supporting the efforts of federal government in ensuring that the country exit recession in a very short while.
According to him: “We want to recognize the efforts of ANAN in churning out professional accounting and financial knowledge which indeed assisted in ensuring that Nigeria overcome the challenge of recession it went through recently.”
Ohaa further revealed that administration would partner with the association in the area of training and retraining of its staff, adding that the ANAN has carved a niche for itself in terms of ensuring financial prudence in the management of resources.
In related development, the Permanent Secretary has assured residents of the territory that the FCTA would continue to collaborate with organizations who are genuinely interested in improving the quality of lives of residents.
The Permanent Secretary who made the disclosure when the Chief Executive Officer and Registrar of the National Institute of Animal Science, Prof. Eustace Iyayi, paid him a courtesy visit in his office, further assured the institute that the Administration would partner closely with them to move the protein industry in the Territory forward.
Earlier, in his remarks, the Chief Executive Officer and Registrar of the Institute commended the FCT Administration for restoring the payment of CONHESS to about 253 non-health professionals in the FCT hospitals.