Office of the Accountant General’s vision statement, mission statement.

Our Vision


i. To establish, maintain and supervise approved Accounting Systems in all Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
ii. To ensure adequate security over Government funds by establishing and monitoring adequate Internal Control Systems through the Internal Audit Units in all Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
iii. To prepare yearly Financial Statements i.e the Final Accounts as required by law.
iv. To guide against the occurrence of Fraud, Embezzlement and Wastages of Government resources by making sure that monies collected are properly and promptly accounted for.

Our Mission

i. To evolve strategies for more prudent use of the State funds to cushion the effect of reductions in FAAC Allocations occasioned by the Global Economics Crises.
ii. To ensure accuracy, completeness, timely collection and reporting of the State’s Internally Generated revenues.
iii. To ensure timely Preparation of Financial Reports for Planning and Reporting purposes.
iv. To evolve proactive measures to deter fraud and corrupt practices in the management of the State’s Finances.
S/N PRIORITY PROJECTS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (STRATEGIES) CONSTRAINTS SOLUTIONS BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION TIME LINE
1 Implementation of E-Cashier Payment platform Consultant already engaged Banks linking up with the E-Cashier Encourage Banks to improve on their connectivity Pay as you Earn/Go on-going
2 Publication of 2015/2016 Financial Statement i. Procurement of IPSAS Compliance Software

ii. Award of printing of Financial Statement to Government printers

Non availability of IPSAS Compliant Software  Acquiring of IPSAS Compliant Software Nill January-December, 2017
3 Effective utilization of the Bond proceeds Monitoring of benefiting MDAs as well as physical projects Non performance of Government Contractors Sanctions to defaulting Contractors #100.000.00 On-going
4 Implementation of FSP action plan i. Co-ordination of the action plans

ii.  Peer review of activities of other States

Ability of MDAs to move at the same base of the action plan Effective collaboration of MDAs #100.000.00 January-December, 2017
5 Creation of Comprehensive Fixed Assets Register i. Having a Compendium Inventory Assets

ii.  Engagement of Suitable Consultant

Time of completion of the exercise would be longer than anticipation Working closely to the Consultant to ensure speedy completion #1B March-December, 2017

Office Activities

S/N PROJECT TITLE DATE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT SPECIFIC MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE (S) PARTICULAR IMPACT AFTER THE IMPLIMENTATION OF THE PROJECT
1 Consolidation of Accounts 2012 i. Government consolidated all Government Accounts into smaller manageable Accounts.

ii. MDAs were allowed to operate a single Bank Account tagged Salary/Operational Cost: Revenue, Expenditure and Investment Accounts at the State Government Treasury level.

i. Government was able to reduce Government Accounts from over 2000 to less than 100 Bank Accounts.

ii. Transparency in the running of Government.

 

Government was able to mob up over Four Billion Naira from different Accounts which were not known to Treasury and was used for developmental projects.
2 Electronic Payment and  Disbursement Platform 2012 This project enables task payers to pay into any Government Revenue Accounts of their choice, and collect their receipt immediately and Government monitor the same Accounts by various agencies. Government was able to increase revenue from all sources on average of 900m at the commencement of the project to over 2b naira monthly. This was possible because of several leakages blocked by ICT. Doing business with Government was made easier and transparent.
3 Adoption of IPSAS 2015 Government financial reports are made in line with National Economic Commission (NEC) directives and with international best practices. Government Financial Statements are produced in line with International Standards which will make interpretation easy for all

Prospective users.

Government is able access Funds and other benefits from bilateral and other international.

 

S/N PROJECT TITLE DATE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT SPECIFIC MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE (S) PARTICULAR IMPACT AFTER THE IMPLIMENTATION OF THE PROJECT
1 Consolidation of Accounts 2012 i. Government consolidated all Government Accounts into smaller manageable Accounts.

ii. MDAs were allowed to operate a single Bank Account tagged Salary/Operational Cost: Revenue, Expenditure and Investment Accounts at the State Government Treasury level.

i. Government was able to reduce Government Accounts from over 2000 to less than 100 Bank Accounts.

ii. Transparency in the running of Government.

 

Government was able to mob up over Four Billion Naira from different Accounts which were not known to Treasury and was used for developmental projects.
2 Electronic Payment and  Disbursement Platform 2012 This project enables task payers to pay into any Government Revenue Accounts of their choice, and collect their receipt immediately and Government monitor the same Accounts by various agencies. Government was able to increase revenue from all sources on average of 900m at the commencement of the project to over 2b naira monthly. This was possible because of several leakages blocked by ICT. Doing business with Government was made easier and transparent.
3 Adoption of IPSAS 2015 Government financial reports are made in line with National Economic Commission (NEC) directives and with international best practices. Government Financial Statements are produced in line with International Standards which will make interpretation easy for all

Prospective users.

Government is able access Funds and other benefits from bilateral and other international.

 

S/N NAME GENDER GRADE LEVEL POST ROLES
1 OLALEYE  IYABODE OLAYINKA F GL.14 Director Taking charge of the general administration of the Office. Taking charge of Personnel matters i.e. Recruitment, Promotion, Advancement, Posting and Discipline matters. Supervising the purchase and supplies section of the Office to ensure due process compliance. Interpreting extant rules – Genera

l Orders, Financial Regulations and Civil Service Commission/Public Service Regulations and other establishments’ circular as may be related to Office conduct/ practice. General maintenance the Office building and official vehicles. Preparation of Annual Estimates.

2 OLARINDE MATTHEW OLATUNJI M GL.09 Deputy Director Initiating the preparation of draft memoranda and speeches. Supervising the work of a number of subordinates’ officer. Analysing and  applying data. Preparing statutory and periodic reports. Performing personnel and general administrative duties. Taking of the minutes of the management meetings.
3 FATOLA  SOLOMON OLUKAYODE M GL.12 Principal Executive Officer Handling of promotion exercise for in Accountants. Handling of conversion exercise.  Lateral transfer of the Accountants and processing of retirement for those that has due for retirement. Regularization  of posting instruction of the accountants to MDAs. Filling of Q

M BN

S/N NAME PORTFOLIO PHONE NO.
1 Pastor Oyadeyi, Oludele Funmilayo (FCNA, FCTI) State Accountant-General 08055638822
2 Mrs. Adekanmbi, Kofoworola Omolara Director, Finance & Accounts 08060186229
3 Mr. Olawoye, Musa Adesina Director, Treasury 08054543997
4 Mrs. Adegoke, Kikelomo Adijat Director, Project Financial Management Unit. (PFMU) 08067063177
5. Mrs. Ayansola, Florence Omotayo Director, Administration & Supplies 08023436370
6 Mrs. Lawal, Adebola Abosede Director, Final Accounts 08034303104
7 Mrs. Oladokun, Joel Olubamise Director, Inspectorate Management Unit (IMS) 08073865148
8 Mrs. Olasupo, Fausat Aderoju Head-Computer Services Unit (CSU) 08051106901

Address: Oyo State Secretariat, Ibadan

Email: accountant.general@oyostate.gov.ng

Hon. Abimbola Adekanmbi (FCCA) Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Finance and Budget

Pastor Oyadeyi, Oludele Funmilayo (FCNA, FCTI) State Accountant-General

Mrs. Adekanmbi, Kofoworola Omolara Director, Finance & Accounts

Mr. Olawoye, Musa Adesina Director, Treasury

Mrs. Adegoke, Kikelomo Adijat Director, Project Financial Management Unit. (PFMU)

Mrs. Ayansola, Florence Omotayo Director, Administration & Supplies

Mrs. Lawal, Adebola Abosede Director, Final Accounts

Mr. Oladokun, Joel Olubamise Director, Inspectorate Management Unit (IMS)

Mrs. Olasupo, Fausat Aderoju Head-Computer Services Unit (CSU)

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