In her 2012 report, Comptroller and Auditor-General Ms
"I observed that loan repayment for loans issued to employees were not deducted from their salaries at least eight months after they were granted and there was also no evidence to confirm that these employees repaid their loans in cash," Ms Chiri said.
She said this was in contravention of the personal loans policy which states that a loan should be repaid by salary deductions for a period stipulated in the application form. The Auditor-General's report did not state how many employees were involved and how much had been borrowed.
It was also noted that payments for equipment were made to individual accounts instead of firms.
Most Popular Stories
- Top Hispanic Tech Companies Push for the Top
- 5 Notable Hispanic Technology Executives
- Russia, Crimea Discuss Referendum
- Taco Bell Rings Up Breakfast Menu
- California Establishes Center for Coffee Study
- 'Holy grail of guitars' OM-45 Deluxe Available in in NY Auction
- China Urges Malaysia Flight Emergency Response
- Justin Bieber Loses Cool Over Selena Gomez
- Maya Angelou Cancels Milagro Gala Appearance Due to Illness
- For Obama, a Last Stab at Improving Ties with Capitol Hill