Every Public officer is a servant to the State and the masses hence after retirement, resignation, or reappointment, rendering an account of your stewardship is what is required of every government worker. African politicians use various tactics to avoid being audited due to the shady deals and corrupt practices they indulge in. In most sectors, there is no transparency but mismanagement and dubious contract agreement have been signed.
The erstwhile government of Alpha Conde has been dissolved with its ministers and departmental heads fired. In addition, to this, some Judges and military Generals who have being in active service for so long a time have been ordered to proceed on mandatory retirement. Many public officials of the former government have not given an account of their ministerial department's business transactions but the junta has issued a strong warning.
Speaking in a press conference on Saturday, the Minister General of the President Colonel Amara Camara has posited that, public auditing of State institutions will be carried out and any individual or group of persons who will be grabbed for embezzlement of state funds shall face the law. In strong words, he asserted that "if there was hijacking and robbery, we will be ruthless."
This statement indicates how tough and displeased the military leaders are against corruption. The senior officer remarked that extensive auditing will soon commence and everyone will be compelled to provide proof of the expenses made. Proper documents backing their claims will also be demanded and woe betides anyone found culpable.
Politicians and their cronies unleash suffering on the citizenry by creating difficult situations while they live in luxury. Many send their children to schools abroad, get overpaid and have offshore accounts, import expensive clothing, seek healthcare abroad, go on vacation in Europe whiles things continue to deteriorate. This time around the man Doumbouya has come to make things work.
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