- Mr Domelevo says he is unperturbed by the attacks on him and his work
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The embattled Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo says he is not afraid or worried about calls for his removal from office.
Mr. Domelevo said, if he is ousted from office he will not go hungry and that will not be the end of his world.
He opined that he will go into farming if he is sacked or removed from office.
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He made the pronouncement while speaking at the 3rd Regional Auditors Bi-annual Conference in the Volta Regional capital, Ho.
“People say we will remove him like how we removed Charlotte Osei…but who says I care? I don’t care.
“So if today I am told I have been removed, life doesn’t end. At worse my father has a lot of farmlands, I will go and farm and feed this country,” he said.
The Auditor-General has been in the news this week following the release of names of top politicians, especially from the NPP who benefitted from GETFund scholarship at the expense of the brilliant but needy students.
The release of the names of 88-beneficiaries go on the nerves of some politicians, with some calling for his removal.
This is not the first time that some political people have called for the removal of the Auditor-General because he did his job.
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But in all of this, Mr. Domelevo said, he is unperturbed by the attacks and name calling.
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"There is no human who does good things and is not attacked in this world, even Jesus Christ who did good, people were attacking him. That is what it should be for Auditors. If we come to the Volta Region and they are praising you so much, you are a bad Auditor,” he told the gathering.
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Information gathered by YEN.com.gh indicates that the group, including the parents of the models, led by founder Afi Antonio was warmly welcomed by Mrs. Akufo-Addo as she spent quality time with them.
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