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Tanzania facing Zambia for United Nations auditing post

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    31st October 2011


    Chief Auditing General Ludovick Utoh

    Tanzania stands a better chance of winning United Nations' Auditing Board membership, only facing competition from Zambia, which has also placed a candidate for the post.

    Chief Auditing General Ludovick Utoh is Tanzania's candidate for the post.

    Tanzania and Zambia are vying for the post following the expiry of South Africa's membership in the board on June 30, 2012.

    Briefing reporters who enquired for the application procedure and current status, Utoh said Tanzania stands a better chance to win the contest particularly given that most English speaking southern African countries are in favour of the country.

    "In this contest, our biggest competitor is Zambia. However, it is evident that we have many supporters on our side. It is very likely that we are going to win as the next board member," Utoh said.

    He said the new member is going to be picked in December and start work at the board on July 1 next year.

    He said if Tanzania will chance to win the post, such would be "a big honour to our country."

    Prior to the interview, Utoh had closed a six-day long seminar which involved top management level leaders, in Dar es Salaam whereby he emphasised on improving routine auditing activities.

    Citing the four areas that the seminar dwelt on he said they included reminding managers on the essence of administration and leadership, effective communication among them and towards the auditor.Others included use of technology and how the office can improve auditing reports.

    "Fortunately, the seminar has come very timely, at the auditing calendar. It is my hope that the seminar has reached the goal and I ask you all that as you go out to work, you should consider sharing what you have learnt here with your subordinates," Utoh urged.

    Additionally, the CAG said the seminar also touched on how auditors can handle job frustrations, time management and how to cope with changes in management, which he said, are things that the management cannot ignore.

    The seminar involved facilitators from Sweden, South Africa and AFROSAI – E, who he thanked for their good work.

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