In an software submitted Wednesday, Mr Daniel Domelovor urged the court to enforce his basic human rights in article content 23 and 33 of Ghana’s constitution.
Represented by [email protected], he asked the court to make a declaration that EOCO has no statutory mandate to investigate the Audit Service for any breaches below the Procurement Act 2003, (Act 663).
The applicant even further urged the court docket to declare that ongoing investigation of the Audit Support more than allegations of procurement breaches is wrongful and consequently illegal.
Read the total application of the Auditor-Common below.
The Decision of Mr Daniel Domelevo to go to court is part of endeavours to resist EOCO from investigating his business.
The investigation was induced by a petition from a private citizen.
This citizen alleged that there has been a breach of Act 663 in the Procurement regulation in relation to the buying of motor vehicles worth virtually GH¢6.2 million for the Audit Provider.
Danie Domelevor has declined to cooperate with the investigation.
“It is quite weird and unfathomable why your place of work would purport to be investigating procurement breaches when and in fact it does not have any authorized authority to do so except if there is any hidden or ill motives behind your steps,” Mr Domelevo wrote to the EOCO.
He added that “in actuality, I am recommended that the pertinent provision in Act 959 which amended Act 804 is segment 80 and therein, your office’s mandate to look into corruption and corruption-similar offences, which has been outlined to consist of procurement breaches, has been taken absent.”