The Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service has welcomed tops of some auxiliary schools in the Ashanti locale over an affirmed 'nourishment for cash' progressing in their schools.
The Ministry of Education in a letter caught by starrfm.com.gh routed to the Ashanti territorial head of the GES noticed that "the board has gotten a letter from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, which shows that they are exploring a few issues identified with the stock of food things to a portion of the Senior High Schools around there."
The letter dated 28th, April 2021 with the heading 'Defilement IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FREE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL FEEDING Program' and stamped 'confined' added that "you are thusly coordinated to demand the particular District Directors of Education to deliver the Headmaster/Mistress or the Assistants, Domestic Bursars, Accountants and Storekeepers of the joined rundown of schools to the CID for examinations whenever mentioned."
"It will be valued if your office could co-work and team up completely with the CID in doing the examinations."
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