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Continue fighting corruption even if you retire – Ex-CDD Boss to Auditor-General

Keep battling debasement regardless of whether you resign – Ex-CDD Supervisor to Examiner General 

Administration Master, Prof. Baffuor Agyeman Duah has exhorted Examiner General Daniel Domelevo to go into common society activism to empower him to proceed with his battle against defilement when he resigns from office. 

President Akufo-Addo has coordinated Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo to take his collected yearly leave of 123 working days, as per records accessible to the Administration, with impact from Wednesday first July 2020. 

The President's choice to coordinate Mr Domelevo to take his collected leave depends on Segment 20(1) and 31 of the Work Demonstration, 2003(Act 651) which applies to all laborers, including open office holders, for example, the Inspector General. 

As indicated by the Demonstration, a specialist is qualified for yearly leave with full compensation, in a schedule year of persistent help, which can't be surrendered or done without by the laborer or the business. 

An announcement marked by Eugene Arhin, the Interchanges Executive at the Administration, expressed that since his arrangement as Reviewer General on 30th December 2016, Mr Domelevo has taken just nine(9) working days of his amassed yearly leave of one hundred and thirty-two(132) working days. 

Be that as it may, a segment of people in general has added ulterior thought processes to the President's activity guaranteeing this is a method of disposing of the gutsy and "straightforward" Evaluator General after he overcharged the Senior Pastor, Yaw Osafo Marfo. 

Remarking on the advancement in a meeting with Kwaku Owusu Adjei (Pato) on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa 102.5FM, Prof. Baffuor Duah who's a Fellow benefactor of the Ghana Place for Equitable Development(CDD) recognized Mr Domelevo for his extraordinary support of mother Ghana in uncovering debasement in open establishments. 

He included that regardless of whether Mr. Domelevo doesn't come back to the workplace from his leave, he ought not stop his battle against debasement. 

"The Evaluator General has worked admirably for Ghana battling debasement in open workplaces and considering individuals responsible. In the event that incidentally, he doesn't come back to his office from leave should join an enemy of debasement association or structure his own common society association to battle defilement which is an infection in Ghana. He's such a fine cerebrum and should effectively keep on taking part in the country building process."

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Administration Agyeman Duah Daniel Domelevo Domelevo Yaw Osafo Marfo.


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