Bishop Gabriel Kumordzie, who spoke during Wednesday’s Thanksgiving Service, said Mr Domelevo has left a legacy that will continue to be on the lips of many Ghanaians.
According to him, there was hope in Ghana’s fight against corruption when the anti-corruption crusader was asked to take the reigns at the Auditor-General’s Department.
“You have set a tradition, you have set a certain pace and that is one of the things we are thanking God for. We are here to appreciate you (Domelevo) that even for a short while, you have really made a mark,” he said.
Mr Domelevo was accompanied by a few family members and friends to the thanksgiving ceremony.
Mr Domelevo left his post as Auditor-General when President Akufo-Addo on March 3, directed that he retires from the office.