Mr. Ludovick Utouh
Mr. Yona Killagane
Mr. Killagane is a retired Managing Director of a National Oil Company - Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC). He held the position for eighteen years. Prior to that he had been working in various capacities within TPDC including being a Director of Finance.
Overall he has thirty eight years of experience with TPDC. Mr. Killagane has been involved in various phases of oil and gas exploration and development cycles within the country from the first onshore gas discovery and the biggest offshore discoveries in 2010s.
Yona taught briefly at the former Institute of Development Management Mzumbe (now Mzumbe University) in Tanzania. He has continued to be fully involved in the accountancy development in the country through lecturing, and writing books and articles in accountancy related fields.
Yona Killagane is a professional accountant. He qualified with the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (ACCA) in U.K. and possesses a Masters degree in Finance from Strathclyde University in Scotland. With his years of experience in leadership and professional skills Mr Killagane is optimistic in transforming his country in on accountability and good governance of newly discovered economic resources of oil and gas resources
Ludovick Utouh was the Controller and Auditor General of the United Republic of Tanzania for a period of eight years from the 19th August, 2006 to 19th September 2014.
As Controller and Auditor General, Mr. Utouh was the Chief Executive Officer of the National Audit Office of Tanzania (NAOT), which is the Supreme Audit Institution of the United Republic of Tanzania. Mr. Utouh had the responsibility of ensuring that the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and its various institutions, was properly audited in accordance with the International Auditing Standards (ISA) and INTOSAI Standards (ISSAIs) and guidelines and that timely quality audit reports were prepared and submitted to the Parliament on the statutory due date of 31st March of each year.
In the course of the eight year period as Controller and Auditor General, Mr. Utouh wrote and presented many professional papers in diverse areas locally and internationally.
Mr Utouh transformed and revolutionized the public audit office by introducing modern audit techniques and approaches through the use of technology in the audit process.This successful transformation led the Controller and Auditor General of the United Republic of Tanzania to be elected a member of the United Nations Board of Auditors for a period of six years effective from July 2012.