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Names Of Dead Pensioners Still Receiving Salaries Have Been Made Public; Check & Confirm List

The 2022 Auditor-General’s report has revealed a worrying situation of 59 deceased pensioners who are still receiving payments from public monies totaling a staggering GH393,315.06.

This was discovered following an investigation of the public accounts of ministries, departments, and organizations, according to a news report by

The Controller, Accountant General, and Director of the Pensions Unit were all blamed in the report for failing to stop these improper payments.

In violation of Regulation 92 of the Public Financial Management Regulations 2019, and despite the fact that these pensioners went dead between 2013 and 2019, according to the Auditor-General’s report, their pensions are still being paid out.

This regulation expressly requires that salary payments to deceased employees be stopped immediately, and in such circumstances, the Controller and Accountant-General must be notified.

Part of the study stated, “Our review of pensioner files revealed that the Controller and Accountant General did not stop the payment to 59 deceased pensioners from the FAAB system, resulting in the payment of unearned pension totaling GH393,315.06.”

The Auditor General has consequently made recommendations that call on the Controller and Accountant General to take action. They are specifically instructed to make sure that the beneficiaries of the dead pensioners help the Director of the Pensions Unit collect the overpaid sum.

The Auditor-General’s Recoveries Account at the Bank of Ghana is where the report suggests the recovered cash be put.

The Director of the Pensions Unit would be responsible for paying back the money in the event of non-compliance.


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