The Kano state Office of Auditor General says ten public institutions have generates over 37.3 billions Naira in 2021 financial year.
The Deputy Director Planning, Research and Statistics, office of Auditor General Suleiman Sani Kan-karofi made this know at a paper presentation during the annual audit Forum on the financial statements for the financial year ended 31st December, 2021 held in Kano.
The break down shows Kano state board of internal revenue (KIRS) as leading all the ten institutions with revenue generations of over 27.4 billions while Bereau for Land Management generates 3.16 billions Naira.
According to the report, Kano state Urban Planning and Development Authority (KNUPDA) generates 2, 484,870,372.00 billion Naira, Zone 7 of the Muhammadu Abdullahi Wase Specialist Hospital (Zone 7 MAWSH) generates 1,031,789,419.00 billion naira, Finance Ministry contribute 717,592,513.00 Million Naira and Kano state Polytechnic with 572,118,891.00 million Naira.
Others are Yusuf Maitama Sule University With revenue generations of 571,638,234.00 million, Kano state housing corporation 494,954,205.00 million, Sa’adatu Rimi college of Education Kumbotso with 471,416,826.00 million and Aminu Kano College of Islamic and legal studies generates 345,280,366.00 million Naira.
Remarking, the Kano state Auditor General Alhaji Sama’ila Musa said the aim of the forum is to enlightened the general public about government spendings for transparency, accountability and good governance in public financing management.
He said account state of Kano state government as Year ending 2021 was prepared by state accountant general and forwarded to him in accordance with the law section 125 (3) of the federal republic of Nigeria as amended.
Sama’ila Musa said “to the best of my knowledge, this account in been prepared in accordance with the law, rules and regulations of the Kano state audit Law and to the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria”.
Earlier, the chairman of the public accounts committee of the Kano state house of assembly Alhaji Salisu Ibrahim Doguwa commended the state government for it’s committiment in sponsoring the audit Forum so that any wrong doing or mis tabulations will be rectify.
Doguwa said those attending the forum especially stakeholders tend to learned a lots in improving their knowledge about government spending and ways to help in providing developmental projects to the timing populace.