According to Mr. Domelevo, his accumulated leave which started on July 1, 2020, ends on March 2, 2021.
He has indicated that he will therefore report for official duties on March 3, 2021.
A post on Facebook by Mr. Domelevo in relation to the expiration of his leave reads: ” Please ignore the news circulating that I will be resuming work tomorrow, 11 January 2021. The 167 working days leave ends on 2nd March and I will resume work on the 3rd. Thanks.”
This portal earlier reported that the Auditor-General of Ghana, Daniel Yaw Domelevo will be in the office tomorrow January 11, 2021, following the expiration of his accumulated leave.
The President on June 29, 2020, directed Mr. Domelevo to take an accumulated annual leave of 123 days effective July 1, 2020.
But Mr. Domelevo on July 3, 2020, wrote to the Presidency urging the President to have a second look at the directive ordering him to proceed on his accumulated leave.
Mr. Domelevo at the time averred that the directive by the President was unconstitutional and not in the best interest of the very he occupied.
However, the Presidency replied on July 3, 2020, indicating that the Office of the President has decided to increase the accumulated annual leave of the Auditor-General from the initial 123 to 167 working days.