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Biography of Daniel Domelevo

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Daniel Domelevo is currently serving as the Auditor General for the Republic of Ghana and the head of Ghana’s Supreme Audit Institution (SAI). He  succeeded Mr Richard Quartei Quartey, who retired after 7 years of service (2009-2016). Prior to the appointment, he has held several numerous high-level positions that include Senior Financial Management Specialist with the World Bank responsible for the PFM project in Zimbabwe and Malawi, as well as Chief Accountant for the Ghana Film Industry Corporation (now TV3).
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Daniel Domelevo Profile

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Full name: Daniel Yaw Domelevo
Date of birth: June 1, 1960
Age: 60
Nationality: Ghanaian
Education: University of Ghana Business School
Occupation: Accountant
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Daniel Domelevo Biography And Career

Daniel Domelevo holds an Executive Master’s degree in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Ghana Business School. He is also a professional accountant and has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana since 1992.
His expertise in Public Financial Management (PFM) includes a proven track record serving in several senior staff roles for the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning of Ghana for over 18 years.
Prior to his appointment as the Auditor General for the Republic of Ghana and the head of Ghana’s Supreme Audit Institution (SAI), Daniel Domelevo held numerous positions including Senior Financial Management Specialist with the World Bank. While working at the World Bank, he was responsible for the PFM project in Malawi and Zimbabwe.

He has also worked as the Chief Accountant for the Ghana Film Industry Corporation (now TV3).
In 2016, he was appointed as Auditor General for the Republic of Ghana and the head of Ghana’s Supreme Audit Institution (SAI). He succeeded Mr Richard Quartei Quartey, who retired after 7 years of service (2009-2016). He was asked on 3rd March, 2021 to go on a controversial retirement by President Akufo-Addo.

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