Co-operative societies and parastatals, Auditing

Co-operative Societies and Parastatals

Co-operative Societies

An audit in this case is carried out as a general audit except you should notice that the auditor is appointed through the Commissioner of Co-operatives and however he reports to the members the accounts must be registered along with the Commissioner.  Of specific note is such he is needed to carry out individual investigations on the bad debts provision to verify its adequacy and upon the good debts he has to validate their recoverability.

Parastatals

These are subject to audits through the Auditor General .The audit is carried out to any another company.

Central Government and Local Authorities

The audit of these accounts is governed again through the Audit and Exchequer Act and is carried out through Auditor General and the Controller who is accountable to the National Assembly there.

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