The Auditor-General, Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo who is currently on leave following a directive from the government of Ghana has been locked out of his office, report on graphiconline has said.
According to the report, Mr. Domelevo visited the office on Tuesday, July 28, which is 28 days into her 167- days only to found out that the locks to his office had been changed.
Mr. Demelovo the report said visited the office Tuesday afternoon to pick up some documents to enable him to continue work on them while at home and on leave.
“According to him, he then inquired from the acting Auditor-General, Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, who confirmed that the Audit Service Board Chairman, Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, had asked him to change the locks to protect documents,” the report said.
“Confirming the incident to Graphic Online, Mr. Domelevo expressed reservation at the development, saying for something like that to happen, he should have been informed because he remained in active service and that was his office,” the report reads.
Auditor-General, Daniel Yaw Domelevo Directed to take his Accumulated Leave
The directive, many had described as unconstitutional and been shrouded in a sequence of controversies, and subsequent increase in the numbers of days initially was directed from 123 to 167 working days.
Some back and forth letters had been exchanged between the Auditor General and the President over the development with over 500 Non-For Profit Organizations(NGO) calling for the return of Mr. Domelevo in a campaign dubbed: “Bring Back Domelevo”
However, the Presidency in response to the calls said the leave directive can’t be reversed.