Ghanaians asked to demand accountability for management of internal generated funds

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According to Mr. Oduro Osae, tax payers would be empowered to trace where their money goes.

“The difference is that the framework is now pushing the assembly to use more of the IGF  to do development projects where people can see — instead of the previous arrangement where they(assemblies) had the right to use the money generated anyhow, any-where”, he said.

Meanwhile, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development has lamented administrative constraints affecting the size of internally generated funds.

Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum says weak leadership and capacity at various assemblies are some of the challenges facing IGF service delivery.

“The reason for the relatively low percentage of internally generated funds is that the landscape is plagued with structural, administrative and systematic inefficiencies which undermine the ability of metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAS) to fully optimise the opportunities for realising revenues available to them.

“One of the key challenges bedevilling the MMDAs is the weak leadership and capacity at most of the MMDAs to effectively and efficiently improve IGF for services delivery”.

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