The Internal Audit Department is mandated to review the internal control systems by designing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and leadership as well as governance processes of departments, fellowships, churches and projects implemented within the Diocese.To achieve the its mandate, the department is tasked with the responsibility of preparing and implementing a Diocesan Strategic Audit Plan for guidance to meet the essentials of effective internal auditing such as independence, relationships, evidence, staffing and training, planning, controlling and recording, due care, reporting and follow up as well as evaluation of the internal control systems. The day to day activities of the department are managed by the Diocesan Internal Auditor who is supervised by the Diocesan Secretary.
Our Strategic Goal.
To objectively examine, monitor, evaluate and report on the adequacy of internal controls so as to contribute to the proper, economic, effective and efficient use of the resources in line with the Diocesan policies and regulations.
To be a model and exemplary department in implementing its professional audit duties within the Diocese.
To have a Diocese that respects and adheres to its policies and regulations for efficiency and effectiveness in implementation of its mandate.
Our Core Values
- Effective communication.