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Akufo-Addo retires NLA boss Osei Ameyaw, fires deputy

President Nana Akufo-Addo has asked the Director-General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA), Mr. Kofi Osei Ameyaw, to go on his obligatory retirement. 

The President has likewise ended the arrangement of Mr. Osei Ameyaw's delegate, Mr. Yaw Amoakohene Baafi. 

The correspondence from the President to the two men was endorsed by his Executive Secretary Nana Asante Bediatuo. 

The President's letter to Mr. Osei Ameyaw read to some degree: "After arriving at the necessary retirement age of sixty years on twentieth February 2020, the President of the Republic, by a letter under my hand dated September 3, 2020, allowed you a one-year agreement of administration as Director-General of the National Lottery Authority. 

"The one-year contract slipped by on twentieth February 2021, and in this manner you are resigned on that date". 

"As needs be, you are coordinated to give up to Mr. Ernest Mortey, the Finance Director of the Authority, who will go about as the Director-General of the Authority forthcoming the arrangement of a meaningful Director-General. You are additionally coordinated to continue to gather any terminal advantages or offices due you under the important law." 

In Mr. Baafi's case, the letter said: "Because of the re-association of the Authority, I am to advise you that the President has ended your meeting with quick impact. 

"You are coordinated to continue to gather your terminal advantages in lieu of notice". 

Around fourteen days prior, the National Labor Commission (NLC) pronounced a strike by staff of the NLA as "illegitimate and unjustifiable" and requested them to cancel it. 

The NLC likewise coordinated the administration of the NLA to meet with the initiative of the specialists' association to address their interests. 

At the consultation at the NLC on Monday, 1 March 2021, the initiative of the specialists' association of the NLA raised worries about the wellbeing and security of their laborers, emerging from supposed neglected rewards. 

The currently resigned D-G, at that point, disclosed to the NLC that these days where digital wrongdoing has become a major issue, enormous successes were altogether explored, confirmed, and approved before installment of the said wins. 

"These cycles normally require significant investment", he said yet guaranteed the Commission that there is a council set up to address the issue. 

Mr. Ameyaw noticed that anyone whose success has not been paid should introduce all their applicable archives to the board and on the off chance that it is cleared, the triumphant will be paid inside 14 days.

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