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1) Current rhetorical discourse suggests that public sector auditing practices in Ghana are merely symbolic rather than substantive. Some advocates have suggested that in its current state, public sector auditing only leads to
a. Blame allocation
b. Blame avoidance
c. Or its purification thereof
Use actual examples within the public sector accountability (rules, policies, laws, practices) framework in Ghana to analyse the veracity of the about claim. In your response, express your opinion, based on sound reasoning, about
a. The continuous relevance of auditing practices to public sector accountability despite the growing scepticism.
b. Whether the current scepticism is justified.
c. How the current public sector accountability framework engenders or inhibits the relevance of auditing.
Also, profess solutions to the current challenges
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