Mr Patrick Obiefuna, the Managing Director, Anambra State Road Traffic Management Agency (ATMA), said on Monday in Awka, that the office produced N6.2 million out of 2019.
He said that the cash was acknowledged from fines forced on traffic guilty parties.
Obiefuna made the exposures while shielding the organization’s money related exchanges in 2019, preceding the State House of Assembly Committee on Public Accounts.
“The office got N9 million from their endorsed spending plan to enlist 131 extra staff, purchase garbs, sort out preparing, feed and pay the laborers one month’s compensation.
“Another N10 million utilized for the remodel of the ATMA central station was likewise endorsed for the organization in 2019,” he said.
Obiefuna additionally educated the council that the organization has 463 specialists working in the state, and that it gets N1.5 million month to month as overhead.
Be that as it may, Mr Somtochukwu Udeze (Ogbaru Il), Chairman of the House Committee on Public Accounts, communicated dismay over the numerous adjustments in the office’s budgetary records.
Udeze said there was no legitimate record of income produced, and no record of how the month to month N1.5 million overhead was gone through in the year under audit.
“From all signs, misrepresentation is going on in this office and the governing body will pillar its searchlight to screen the monetary exchanges of the organization,” the official said.