If some of us were under illusions about the genuineness of Daniel Yaw Domelevo in fighting corruption, then that mist has vaporized into the atmosphere.
The letter he wrote to the President, its tone, the conjectures, baseless and wild claims and the ignorance he displayed as to how his office operates all come to confirm that Domelevo has motives other than fighting the cancerous phenomenon called corruption.
At best, one could read from the letter and the fact that he chose to copy the media that Yaw Domelevo is not fighting corruption but seeking attention from a section of the Ghanaian public.
His contemptuous claim that Government feels uncomfortable because of his issues with the Senior Minister over Kroll is the lowest point an Auditor General worth his salt would go.
Best practices should have informed him to seek legal interpretation of the leave he has been asked to go for but not to engage in any political galamsey by seeking attention from the unsuspecting general public.
If he were so minded about courtesy, he would not have written such an acidic, ill-advised, ill-meaning and tasteless letter to the President and copy the media of same. He would have sought audience with the President over issues he had.
He makes it appear that the Akufo-Addo administration is out to do him in when he has admitted publicly that the same administration has supported his office more than any other administration before it.
It is as though he is on a vendetta against the Akufo-Addo administration and would do all he can to ensure that the Presidency of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo becomes unpopular.
When emotions but not the law are your principles, you display such traits which go further to unmask you as a politician in the seat of the Auditor General.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.