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Domelevo Finally Resumes Work On March 3 After Akufo-Addo Forced Him on Leave for 167 Days

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Domelevo Finally Resumes Work On March 3 After Akufo-Addo Forced Him on Leave for 167 Days

The Auditor-General, Daniel Yao Domelevo is set to return to official duties on Wednesday, March 3, after serving an accumulated leave of 167 days.

A directive from the Presidency in July 2020 ordered Mr Domelevo to proceed with immediate effect an accumulated leave of 123 days.

However, a protest by Mr Domelevo challenging the president that the directive was a breach of the labour law and was unconstitutional only saw his leave increased to 167 days.

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There were immense uproar from various CSOs concerning the directive however, nothing changed.

Mr Domelevo who clarified the date after various news reports that the 167-days leave he started on July 1 had expired, said although it ends on March 2, he will report on 3rd.

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