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11,000 workers of Ghana Audit Service sign petition against Ag. Auditor-General

The petition which is already in the media space is based on the president’s record of human rights and belief in allowing state institutions the independence to function in line with their constitutional mandates.

The petitioners affirm, for instance, that the Ag. Auditor-General has credibility challenges as cited in a letter referenced AG/OP/18/16 and dated 27th July 2018 to your office over procurement malfeasance.

‘’In the said letter,’’ the petition stated, ‘’Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu disregarded an approval letter from PPA and upon the direction of Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, awarded the contracts to some firms other than those who participated in the procurement process.’’

The petitioners claimed that this could be one of the reasons for which Professor Edward Dua Agyeman wants Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Aseidu to succeed Mr. Daniel Domelevo as the Ag Auditor General, adding that they do not trust Professor Edward Dua Agyeman and Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu in the light of those peccadilloes.

Additionally, the petitioners raised queries over the circumstances surrounding the employment of Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, saying he was employed ‘’under controversial circumstances in 2005 when Professor Edward Dua Agyeman was then the Auditor-General.’’

The petition which is already in the media space is based on the president’s record of human rights and belief in allowing state institutions the independence to function in line with their constitutional mandates.

The petitioners affirm, for instance, that the Ag. Auditor-General has credibility challenges as cited in a letter referenced AG/OP/18/16 and dated 27th July 2018 to your office over procurement malfeasance.

‘’In the said letter,’’ the petition stated, ‘’Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu disregarded an approval letter from PPA and upon the direction of Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, awarded the contracts to some firms other than those who participated in the procurement process.’’

The petitioners claimed that this could be one of the reasons for which Professor Edward Dua Agyeman wants Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Aseidu to succeed Mr. Daniel Domelevo as the Ag Auditor General, adding that they do not trust Professor Edward Dua Agyeman and Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu in the light of those peccadilloes.

Additionally, the petitioners raised queries over the circumstances surrounding the employment of Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, saying he was employed ‘’under controversial circumstances in 2005 when Professor Edward Dua Agyeman was then the Auditor-General.’’The petition which is already in the media space is based on the president’s record of human rights and belief in allowing state institutions the independence to function in line with their constitutional mandates.

The petitioners affirm, for instance, that the Ag. Auditor-General has credibility challenges as cited in a letter referenced AG/OP/18/16 and dated 27th July 2018 to your office over procurement malfeasance.

‘’In the said letter,’’ the petition stated, ‘’Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu disregarded an approval letter from PPA and upon the direction of Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, awarded the contracts to some firms other than those who participated in the procurement process.’’

The petitioners claimed that this could be one of the reasons for which Professor Edward Dua Agyeman wants Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Aseidu to succeed Mr. Daniel Domelevo as the Ag Auditor General, adding that they do not trust Professor Edward Dua Agyeman and Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu in the light of those peccadilloes.

Additionally, the petitioners raised queries over the circumstances surrounding the employment of Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, saying he was employed ‘’under controversial circumstances in 2005 when Professor Edward Dua Agyeman was then the Auditor-General.’’

The petition which is already in the media space is based on the president’s record of human rights and belief in allowing state institutions the independence to function in line with their constitutional mandates.

The petitioners affirm, for instance, that the Ag. Auditor-General has credibility challenges as cited in a letter referenced AG/OP/18/16 and dated 27th July 2018 to your office over procurement malfeasance.

‘’In the said letter,’’ the petition stated, ‘’Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu disregarded an approval letter from PPA and upon the direction of Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, awarded the contracts to some firms other than those who participated in the procurement process.’’

The petitioners claimed that this could be one of the reasons for which Professor Edward Dua Agyeman wants Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Aseidu to succeed Mr. Daniel Domelevo as the Ag Auditor General, adding that they do not trust Professor Edward Dua Agyeman and Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu in the light of those peccadilloes.

Additionally, the petitioners raised queries over the circumstances surrounding the employment of Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, saying he was employed ‘’under controversial circumstances in 2005 when Professor Edward Dua Agyeman was then the Auditor-General.’’

The petition which is already in the media space is based on the president’s record of human rights and belief in allowing state institutions the independence to function in line with their constitutional mandates.

The petitioners affirm, for instance, that the Ag. Auditor-General has credibility challenges as cited in a letter referenced AG/OP/18/16 and dated 27th July 2018 to your office over procurement malfeasance.

‘’In the said letter,’’ the petition stated, ‘’Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu disregarded an approval letter from PPA and upon the direction of Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, awarded the contracts to some firms other than those who participated in the procurement process.’’

The petitioners claimed that this could be one of the reasons for which Professor Edward Dua Agyeman wants Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Aseidu to succeed Mr. Daniel Domelevo as the Ag Auditor General, adding that they do not trust Professor Edward Dua Agyeman and Mr. Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu in the light of those peccadilloes.

Additionally, the petitioners raised queries over the circumstances surrounding the employment of Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu, saying he was employed ‘’under controversial circumstances in 2005 when Professor Edward Dua Agyeman was then the Auditor-General.’’

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