Auditor-General For Local Governments

Vision & Mission

To be an outstanding model in public sector auditing, providing objective and reliable information for good governance.


Earning and maintaining confidence by providing quality audit services, delivered by skilled, efficient, ethical and highly motivated workforce.

The functions of the office of the State Auditor-General for Local Governments as entrenched in Sections 123 and 316 (1) of the Constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria 1989 and 1999 (as amended) are as follow:

  • Auditing the public accounts of all Local Government Councils and their Parastatals in the State.
  • Auditing of all persons and or bodies entrusted with public funds of the Local Governments.
  • Submission of timely reports on audited accounts to the State House of Assembly for the consideration of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the House of Assembly.
  • Conducting Performance Audit on Local Governments to determine and ensure effectiveness, efficiency and economy of such Local Governments.
  • Ensuring that all revenue accruing to the Local Governments and their Parastatals are accounted for and well expended.
  • Ensure that all necessary books of accounts are kept and maintained as required.

Principal Officers

Name Designation
Mr Ade-Ojo Richard Adebayo, mni. Auditor-General
Mr Ajakaiye M.A Co-ordinating Director of Audit, Headquarters.
.Mr Ogunlade J.A. Director, Ikere Zone.
Mr Kotila S. Director, Projects Monitoring& Special Accounts.
Mrs Emmanuel O.A. Director, Finance & Administration
Mr Falaye O.I. Director, Aramoko Zone.
Mrs Agboola C.A. Director, Ikole Zone.
Mr Fasakin A.J. Director, ICT Clinic & Ido Zone.
Mr Adedara O.S. Deputy Director, Ikole Zone.
Mr Duduyegbe S.S Deputy Director, Finance & Administration.
Mr Aturamu R.I Deputy Director, Ikere Zone.
Mr Faweya O.B Deputy Director, Projects Monitoring & Special Accounts.
Mrs Adeleye F.F. Deputy Director, Aramoko Zone.
Mr Ogidiolu J.A. Deputy Director, ICT Clinic & Ido Zone.

Area of Coverage

  1. The public accounts of the sixteen (16) Local Government Councils and four (4) Agencies in the State
  2. The public accounts of the sixteen (16) Local Government Education Authorities in the State
  3. The accounts of all the Traditional Councils in the State.

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