Directorate of Internal Audit
Directorate of Internal Audit




The internal Auditor is a high level independent corporate executive with overall responsibility for the Internal Audit. He is fully conversant with the risks, goals, policies, and processes of the University.

The Internal Auditor administratively reports to the Vice-Chancellor.

In general, the Internal Auditor provides an independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the University’s operations. He helps the University to accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic disciplined approach to evaluating and improving risk management, control, and governance processes.

The duties and responsibilities of the Internal Auditor include:

  • Determining the reliability and adequacy of accounting;
  • Financial and operational controls in the University;
  • Evaluate the procedures of the University to determine whether results are consistent with stated objectives and goals;
  • Monitoring reports and ensures compliance with the relevant laws and regulations compliance with established policies, plan and procedures;
  • Appraising the quality of performance of those carrying out assigned responsibilities.
  • Assessing the extent to which assets are accounted for and safeguarded against losses;
  • Ensuring that reliable records form the basis for the preparation of appropriate financial and other data provided for decision-making;
  • Drawing the Vice-Chancellor’s attention to deficiencies in the system, instances of duplicated functions, waste or other inefficiencies with recommendations for remedies where necessary;
  • Carrying out special reviews of accounting and internal control systems with the view to minimizing weaknesses.
Profile Of The Internal Auditor