Buhari issues Sept 15 deadline for TSA compliance by federal MDAs

President Muhammadu Buhari has issued a Tuesday, Sept 15, 2015 deadline for all federal ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) to comply with the Treasury Single Account (TSA) instruction.

According to the Presidency, “by that deadline, all federal government revenues must go into the Central Bank Treasury Single Account (TSA), except otherwise expressly approved.”

A circular issued to all Ministries, Departments and Agencies of the Federal Government by the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Mr. Danladi Kifasi urged the MDAs to ensure strict compliance with the deadline to avoid sanctions.

“In this regard, His Excellency, Mr. President has directed that all MDAs are to comply with the instructions on the Treasury Single Account (TSA) unfailingly by Tuesday, September 15, 2015.

“Heads of MDAs and other arms of Government are enjoined to give this Circular the widest circulation and ensure strict compliance to avoid sanctions,” Mr. Kifasi wrote.

The President had on August 11, 2015, ordered stoppage of multiple accounts by all federal MDAs. He ordered the operation of Treasury Single Account (TSA), into which all ministries, departments and agencies (MDSs) of government, which are funded from the Federation Account, will henceforth pay their earnings.

Specifically, the MDAs will henceforth pay all their revenues to a sub-account that is linked to the TSA at the CBN. To ensure quick compliance with the directive, the Head of Service of the Federation, Danladi Kifasi, gave the federal sub-treasury account name and number as Accountant General: 300002095.

Some of the MDAs affected by this directive include Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) and Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), among others.



2 Comments
  • ustaz

    Interesting sai baba change we want keep it up

  • jay ndu

    God bless you sir! It will take Nigeria maybe another 100 years to have somebody like Jonathan in Aso Rock. Sometimes I wonder if Nigerians are intelligent at all

    Nigerians and Africans in general will continue to look for the way so far the don’t recognise their brothers with the light to lead the way. These are my words and it should be marked

Related