Daniel Domelevo, a 2006 alumnus of the annual Program on Fiscal Decentralization and Local Government Financial Management at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID), was sworn in as the auditor-general of the Government of Ghana on Friday, Dec. 30.

In his new role, Domelevo will lead the effort to promote good governance, transparency and accountability in public financial management.

He previously served for nearly 20 years as director of Ghana’s Controller and Accountant General’s Department. Most recently, he was senior financial management specialist at the World Bank for seven years, where he was responsible for financial management of projects and programs in Zimbabwe.

Domelevo earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Ghana.

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