Some aggrieved directors of the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) have sued the entity over some irregular transfers that are ongoing within the set-up.
The directors, numbering about 133 from all over the country, are in court to seek redress for transfers that appear to be motivated by malice rather than the good of the organization and the nation.
According to the group’s lawyer, George Loh, the aggrieved directors who are all substantive District Directors of NADMO have been given transfers to work under Acting Directors in different districts or municipals.
The lawyer who was speaking on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem on Wednesday said they, lawyers of the aggrieved directors, have asked for an interlocutory injunction on the transfers pending the outcome of their suit.
There was somebody who was not given a transfer letter; he was given a handing over letter in which he, the substantive director was asked to hand over to an acting director, for political expediency”, George Loh alleged.
When he was asked by the host of the show, Captain Smart, about whom the signatory to the letter was, Mr. Loh said the letter was signed by the Regional Director for the National Director.
According to the lawyer, barring any last minute hitches, they will be in court on February 27 for the substantive matter to be dealt with.