How Domelevo reacted to his ‘sack’ from office

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo yesterday, ordered Daniel Yaw Domelevo to retire from labour force as the Auditor-General for Ghana.

This follows concerns raised by the Audit Service Board regarding the retirement age of Mr. Domelevo and his nationality.

The Audit Service Board in a letter addressed to Mr. Domelevo a day prior to his return to work on March 3, 2021 from a 167-day compulsory leave, stated that he (Domelevo) was due for retirement June 1, 2020.

They went on to challenge Mr. Domelevo’s nationality, claiming that he is not a Ghanaian as evident in documents available to the Board.

Wading into the matter, President Akufo-Addo in a letter signed by his Secretary, Nana Asante Bediatuo retired Mr. Domelevo and directed Mr. Johnson Akuamoa-Asiedu to continue to act as Auditor-General until a substantive Auditor-General is appointed.

Hours after this directive, the anti-corruption campaigner, Mr. Daniel Domelevo reacted by singing popular Christian thanksgiving Hymn “Now thank we all our God”.

He posted the lyrics of the song on his Facebook timeline as seen below:

“Now thank we all our God

With hearts and hands and voices,

Who wondrous things hath done,

In whom his earth rejoices;

Who, from our mothers’ arms,

Hath blessed us on our way

With countless gifts of love

And still is ours today.”

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