Mr. Daniel Yao Domelevo is the former Auditor General in a programme dubbed: “combating the virus of corruption in our country organised by the Catholic Professionals Guild” said that “Ghanaians expect to see real action against persons caught in corrupt acts”. What Mr. Domelevo meant was that those who are caught must be made face the full rigorous of the law, not left unattended to.
Mr. Domelevo was asked to go on accumulated leave of 167 days and retire based on his retirement age as well by President Nana Akufo Addo.
 Mr. Domelevo said, “Ghanaians expect to see real action against persons caught in corrupt acts. A good number of Ghanaians would like to see more action against corruption other than rhetoric. Unfortunately, the leadership of the country is very good at rhetoric. In my humble opinion, public funds are saved only when you have an effective administration with public accounting procurement systems.

“I appreciate the Vice President’s efforts in public sector digitalisation. I commend him, except to say that if we don’t curb the indiscipline, the digitalisation will not bring the desired solution.”

The Acting Auditor General, Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu has started work in earnest and his audit repots have revealed some government officials who were involved in corrupt practices, but no action has been taken by the state.

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