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Auditor-General petitions President over interference by Board Chairman

Comment: DOMELOVO CAN’T RUN ONE MAN SHOW, PERIOD!

Author:
Stephen Donkor, New York.
Date:
2018-09-12 16:14:12
Comment to:
AuditorbGen.


Yes Benjamin: you’re the only one among these many commentators who has made sense. You see, what’s happening right now exactly like what happened at the Electoral Commission that saw the Commissioner and her deputy commissioners getting the axe quiet recently. Most of these commentators are just sentimental about the issue of Domelovo to the extent that they’ve had their minds fixated that Agyeman Dua or the other deputy Auditor Generals are fermenting troubles. But if you read the story carefully, any studious mind would definitely get to understand that Dumelovo is behaving like a dictator. If all the other deputies, about three or four of them could meet without his knowledge, then that suggests there is a communication breakdown between himself on one side, his deputies and the Board Chairman also on the other side. The most recent revelations that Domelovo bought some vehicles valued about $3 million sole handily without even going through the appropriate tendering process underscores the fact that the guy wants to bully his way through. And that’s a recipe for corruption, if the big boss can not be watched by his subordinates. Nonsense Ghana is under a totalitarian regime, so if Domelovo thinks that his subordinates should just let him run a one man show, then he should as well prepare to be sacked like what happened at the electoral commission. This is not about any conspiracy theory or the government trying to fire Domelovo as Asiedu Nketia recently said.

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DOMELOVO CAN’T RUN ONE MAN SHOW, PERIOD!
Stephen Donkor, New York.
09-12 16:14