- Some government bungalows are being rented out at 14 cedis
- The bungalows are said to be mostly located in the Volta Region
- The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is investigating the matter
Investigations underway show that some government bungalows in the country are being rented out to tenants for as low as 14 cedis.
This was revealed by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of parliament which show that some metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies are taking these low charges.
Chairman of the committee, James Avedzi, has revealed that the development was affecting revenue generation in that area.
In fact, the financial director of the Kedjebi Municipal Assembly, MacGeorge Apetorgbor, told the committee that rent on a two-bedroom apartment at Kedjebi was rented at GHc14 a month, which occupants failed to pay.
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The issue of rent in the various government offices is one of the major challenges facing revenue generation in the country. Meanwhile, these agencies are all expected to present a report on the state of government bungalows as well as who these bungalows are being rented out to.
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