Daniel Yao Dormelevo is the former Auditor-General of Ghana till he was asked to proceed on retirement on account of his age. He is known by many as an anti-corruption activist and that could explain why he is an Auditor-General in the first place.
Dormelevo has made some series of posts in relation to corruption and we would like to bring them to your notice and seek your views on them.
Below is the first post that we would like to take a look at.
Dormelevo's post suggest that a nation is doomed when the laws of the nation no longer protects the people that fight corruption. He seeks to make it clear that the law can be used in such a way that it would protect the corrupt people instead of those against corruption. The question is how possible that can be since the law was enacted to promote virtues and not vices. Do you think that this post conveys a message worth noting?
The second post to look at is the one that went viral recently. Here is the post below.
Dormelevo tries to convey the idea that sometimes when one tries to expose a crime, that individual that seeks to expose the crime could be judged as a criminal. He did not relate any situation in which this occurs in the post, but it is obvious that Dormelevo is worried about how crime could be sealed once the one supposed to expose it is rather seen as the criminal. The question in this regard is the type of crime that could be laid against the one trying to expose the crime. If you think Dormelevo's post is in the right direction, then let us know in the comments section the accusation you think could be laid against the one trying to expose the crime.
Below is another post by Dormelevo that has caused massive stir among social media users. This post talks about the legitimization of corruption. Take a look at it below.
Dormelevo is of the view that the dictate of the constitution to eradicate corruption and the abuse of power is something that can be achieved. However, he tries to reveal the fact that it is not possible since there are indications that suggest that corruption and the abuse of power has been legitimized.
This posts by Dormelevo seeks to send a message to the youths of Ghana to desist from corruption. As an anti-corruption campaigner, he sends his message to speak to the conscience of Ghanaians. Let us all endeavour by these posts to live a life free of corruption to the development of Ghana.
Tell us your thoughts on any of the posts in the comments section.
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