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The Controller and Accountant General wishes to inform Heads of MDAs/MMDAs, employees and the general public that the suspension of salaries of employees without bank account numbers (zero account numbers) will continue in October 2014 to cover employees in other regions.


It will be recalled that Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) as part of measures to clean the payroll data suspended the salaries of employees with zero bank account numbers in the Greater Accra, Volta, Central, and Western regions in September, 2014.The CAGD has further been directed to suspend the salaries of employees without the bank account numbers in the remaining regions. ie Eastern, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions in October, 2014.

The Controller and Accountant General wishes to assure employees whose salaries were suspended in September and in this month of October, 2014 due to the zero bank account numbers that if they submit the required information by 7th November 2014, their records will be updated to enable them to receive salary in November 2014. 


Affected employees should complete a standard form and attach the requisite documents and submit same to the relevant District offices of the Auditor General in person for validation. Copies of the forms could be obtained at the various District offices of the Auditor General, the Regional and District offices of CAGD or downloaded from the CAGD website on

After verification of the names, the Auditor General will submit the list of eligible employees to the respective headquarters’ of MDAs/MMDAs and copies sent to the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department. Heads of MDAs/MMDAs will then submit the list of the eligible employees to their respective Personnel Processing Sections (PPSs) for the necessary updates to be made on the payroll to enable the employees receive their salaries.

For further information on this exercise, heads of MDAs/MMDAs and employees may call on telephone number 0302-678801 or visit the CAGD website on 



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