Office of president Akufo-Addo responds to the Auditor-General

The office of president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has responded to the Auditor-General Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo of his letter regarding acculturated leave of 123 working days.

In a letter signed by the Secretary to the president Nana Bediatuo Asente, the Auditor-General Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo’s letter which is yet to reach the office of the president sought to create a different impression in the public domain leaving the subject matter astray.

According to the office of the president, Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo’s acculturated leave covers 2016 to 2019 making a total of 123 working. The letter further added that, the actual acculturated leave including 2020 would have been 167 working days since he resumed office as the Auditor-General.


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Earlier, the President directed the Auditor-General to proceed on an accumulated annual leave beginning Wednesday, 1st, July, 2020. But the Auditor-General following the president’s directive responded that, the directive lack the current Labour Law governing all public sector workers.

Mr. Domelevo in his letter noted with much disappointment and worry that, the high office of the president sought to discriminate in exercising his constitutional mandate regarding public sector workers since there are a lot of government appointees who have not taken their accumulated annual leave since 2017. According to him, the president didn’t see anything wrong with such appointees but immediately issued a directive on his own.

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Read below, the letter from the office of the President in respond to the Auditor-General’s earlier reply. 



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