EOCO boss K.K. Amoah’s contract ends Feb 28, 2019 – Statement
- 25 Feb 2019 --
The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has explained that its Executive Director, ACP K.K Amoah is ending his contract after two years of service.
In a press statement signed and issued by Jacqueline Avotri, Head of Public Affairs, EOCO rejected suggestions that Mr Amoah has been sacked from office.
“End of contract is not synonymous to sacking or termination of contract,” the statement said.
Below is a copy of the statement
The attention of the Economic and Organised Office (EOCO) has been drawn to a news item published today Monday, 25th February, 2019 on myjoyonline.com title “EOCO BOSS K.K. AMOAH SACKED”.
We wish to inform the general public that the said news item is false.
Mr K.K. Amoah has not been sacked. He is still at post.
Mr K.K. Amoah was appointed by His Excellency the President as Executive Director to serve a two-year contract at the Economic and Organised Crime Office. The contract ends on 28th February 2019.
The news item seem to cast a negative impression on the work of the Executive Director, who has worked diligently to raise the image of the Office during his tenure.
End of contract is not synonymous to sacking or termination of contract.
The Office was expecting whoever posted the story at myjoyonline.com to have crosschecked the facts before doing so.
The general public is advised to disregard the news item in circulation.