Auditor-General Junias Kandjeke is distressed over the lack of accountability at the Ministry of Health and Social Services. According to Nampa, that’s what can be deduced from his latest audit report on the books of the MoHSS. Reigning supreme among Kandjeke’s concerns are over-expenditure, unauthorised spending, unaccounted vehicles, and double payments of invoices to service providers. Between the 2014/2015 and 2018/2019 financial years, the ministry cumulatively overspent its budget by nearly N$ 900 million (N$ 888.82 million) on its main divisions. The ministry’s accounting officer, Ben Nangombe, agreed with Kandjeke’s findings, indicating that the ministry was in the process of verifying the master list and the actual number of vehicles on hand.