The Audit Service Board have proven to be more corrupt than the people Domelevo was investigating – Azubila Salam


BY: Anfred

The Executive Director of Adam GH, Mr Azubila Salam Emmanuel,  has expressed disappointment in Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, Chairman for the Audit Service Board, and the Audit Service Department as a whole.

According to him, Professor Edward Dua Agyeman is not serving the public interest, but the interest of his stomach. He asserted that, the Audit Service Board has shown to be more corrupt than people involved in the case which was investigated by the Auditor General, Daniel Yaw Domelevo.

Leader of the Civil Society Organization has disclosed that, their petition was turned down by the president when they requested for the withdrawal of the compulsory leave letter sent to David Yaw Domelevo because he was then investigating Senior Minister Yaw Osafo Maafo on a $1 million scandal that Mr Domelevo deemed suspicious and was acquired through inappropriate means. He added that, the government is fighting institutions that are fighting corruption.

“If you are a government fighting against corruption, you don’t force a person who is investigating an issue of public interest to go on leave”, he said.

This particular regime is fighting institutions and individuals that are fighting against corruption in this country; he is shielding corruption in his government”.

In an interview with Anastasia Badoo on the AM Ghana show, Mr Azubila Salam Emmanuel iterated that, the Audit Service Board claim Yaw Domelevo is a foreigner but allowed him to occupy his office for years, and now in this crucial moment opting him out and questioning his nationality. ‘’Professor Edward Dua Agyeman is a disgrace to his office’’, he added.

Source: Anfrebeats.com

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