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.
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.