- EC Deputy Chair has complained of being sidelined by the commission's chairperson
- He says the chairperson has opted to deal with the Director of HR instead of her deputies
- He has complained in a memo addressed to the commission's chairperson
Deputy Chairperson of the Ghana Electoral Commission (EC) in charge of Operations, Mr. Amadu Sulley, has complained in a leaked memo that he has been sidelined by the EC Chairperson, Mrs. Charlotte Osei.
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Embattled Deputy Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mr. Amadu Sulley has written a memo to the Chairperson of the commission stating that he has been sidelined by the chairperson.
According to Mr. Amadu Sulley, even though he was allowed to return from his short lived mandatory leave, he complains of not being engaged by the chairperson for tasks that would usually fall under his list of responsibilities.
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According to the memo, the chairperson of the commission has recently chosen to liaise with the EC's Director of Human Resources, Mr. Samuel Boadu, something Mr. Sulley says is in breach of the commission's organizational structure.
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"Per the organisational structure of the Commission, in the absence of any of the Deputies, the other Deputy acts on behalf of him/her. It is, therefore, unfortunate that you have resorted to use the Director of Human Resource (Mr Samuel Boadu) as your Deputy contrary to administrative procedure," wrote Mr. Sulley.
Mr. Amadu Sulley's memo goes on to say that, with the memo, he hopes to bring the chairperson's attention to the "administrative lapse" at hand call on her to act in accordance with the institution's structure.
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