Ghana’s Auditor-General Daniel Yaw Domelevo was forced to
take his accumulated leave and returned to be greeted with news he is a
Togolese by the Audit Service Board has reported to work amidst all the tension.
Mr. Domelevo reported to work at exactly 8:20am while his police guard prevented interactions
The Auditor General had to use the back door to enter his
office as the main lock had been changed and he had no access.
The Board Chairman of the Audit Service of Ghana has said
Mr. Domelevo is a Togolese, according to records from the Social Security and
National Insurance Trust(SSNIT) he or his office got hold of.
The chairman of the board, Prof Edward Dua Agyeman in a
letter to Mr Domelevo said that Mr Domelevo stated in his records that his tribe was Togolese and his hometown was
Agbatofe in present-day Togo. It added that Mr Domelevo had also stated his
date of birth as June 1960.
The board explained that it discovered Mr Domelevo changed his date of birth and
place of birth from 1st June 1960 and Agbatofe respectively to 1st June 1961
and Ada in 1993.
Mr Domelevo explained that the anomalies with regards to his
hometown and date were mistakes he subsequently corrected and the veracity of
the information could be crosschecked with holders of the original information.
But the Audit Board has rejected his explanations, saying that they are
untenable and Mr Domelevo is deemed retired.
The Board Chairman has indicated that he is not due to
resume office and the President will be informed about it since he is the
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