The newly appointed municipal chief executive of Gushegu Municipal, Hon Robert Yaja Dawuni have reportedly terminated the contract of some supporters of former MP, Dr Ziblim Iddi under the School Feeding Program
According to some of the affected persons in the Gushegu Municipal, it's very disappointing that the newly appointed municipal chief executive will use his office to deny them their daily bread simply because of their relationship with the former member of parliament
In a letter sighted, signed and copied to stakeholders of the program, the Municipal Chief Executive wrote that "we wish to express our appreciation for your contribution as a caterer towards the implementation of the Ghana School Feeding Program in Gushegu Municipality".
By a copy of this letter, your contract has been terminated effective Friday 8th October, 2021. I count on your cooperation" the letter continue to read.
Attached is the copy of the contract termination letter.
Fast forward, another letter was released where he appointed new set of workers for the programme.
In the new letter, Hon Yaja Dawuni Robert appoint directs the new set of workers who are alleged faithfuls of his term to begin with on October 11, 2021.
Attached is a copy of the appointment letter
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