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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has ordered the Auditor-General, Mr Daniel Yaw Domelevo to take his accumulated yearly leave. 

Mr Domelevo has accumulated yearly leave of 123 working days thus the Presidency has guided him to withdraw from Wednesday, July 1, 2020. 

He is to hand over all issues identifying with his office to Mr Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, the Deputy Auditor-General, to go about as Auditor-General, "until his arrival from his merited leave." 

An announcement marked and gave by the Director of Communications at the Presidency, Mr Eugene Arhin on Monday, June 29, 2020, clarified that the President's choice depends on areas 20 (1) and 31 of the Labor Act, 2003 (Act 651) which apply to all specialists, including open office holders, for example, the Auditor-General. 

As indicated by the Act, a laborer is qualified for yearly leave with full compensation, in a schedule year of constant assistance, which can't be surrendered or sworn off by the specialist or the business. 


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Since his arrangement as Auditor-General on September 30, 2016, Mr Domelevo has taken just 9 working days of his accumulated yearly leave of 132 working days, as indicated by the announcement from the Presidency. 

It would be reviewed that on April 9, 2009, President J.E.A. Plants coordinated the then Auditor-General, Mr Edward Dua Agyeman to take his accumulated yearly leave of roughly 264 working days, the announcement included. 

"President Akufo-Addo focused on his point of reference in guiding the Auditor-General to take his accumulated yearly leave of 123 functions days." the announcement included.

Akuffo-Addo ordering the Auditor-General to take a yearly leave a right decision.

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