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he study sought to ascertain if reducing the audit expectation gap would led to greater public confidence in corporate financial information. Self-administered questionnaires were used in the study. The data generated from the responses of the subjects were analyzed using descriptive and statistical analysis through the computer (Eview3.1). The result showed that the higher the audit expectation gap, the higher the negative impact on the credibility of corporate financial reports. Thus, auditdoi:10.18533/ijbsr.v3i5.13 doaj:9d41374b4eef464f87ba9c07453818a2 fatcat:ulalwlr4zrcntamyabwbaybgfu