PM Roble holds talks with heads of Somalia's financial institutions
Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble Monday met with the country's financial institutions, including the Ministry of Finance, the Central Bank and the Accountant General, as he tightens the country's financial management. According to the government spokesman, Mohamed Ibrahim Moalimuu, Roble held the meeting on transparency in the financial management system during the transitional period with heads of Somalia's financial institutions ''PM Mohamed Hussein Roble met with officials from the country's financial institutions including the Ministry of Finance, the Central Bank and the Accountant General and discussed on Transparency of Financial Reporting Systems, maintaining salaries to civil servants and budgets of various ministries,'' government spokesman Mohamed Ibrahim Moalimuu said. The meeting came a day after the premier suspended withdrawal of money from centra bank without his consent. The Prime Minister also prevented the use of IMF funds without the consent of the Federal Government of Somalia. The salaries of soldiers and staff, military rations, projects and other expenses necessary for government services, when officials in the Ministry of Finance carry out their duties, require the approval of the Prime Minister before any payments are made. money. Roble reaffirmed the steps to ensure that there is no fraud or corruption in the public spending system, as the country is in a transition period, and that there is a need for greater vigilance in the use of public funds.