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Stop The Lies: Ghanaians Jump To The Defence Of Education Minister Over An Alleged $1.2 Million Saga

Joy News portal didn't get the response and audience they might have hoped for after making a writing article report on the Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum where they believe he has been fingered in an alleged phantom training scheme of teachers costing $1.2 million from the World Bank.

According to the provided article by Joy news correspondences from his office and the Ghana Education Service (GES), the Director-General of the GES, Prof Kwasi Opoku Amamkwa appears unaware of the training of over 40,000 teachers on the digital literacy platform under the Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Project [GALOP]”

The article triggered the bashing of Ghanaians who bashed Joy news for their article. Many believe it's just another ploy to tarnish an image that was forged on truth and true diligence in service to the nation.

Here are comments that were generated from concerned Ghanaians defending the education minister:

• Joy news nowadays you are too lazy why because hearsay is too much, go and check before you come out, the way you these people doing your work, majority of you can't work at BBC or CNN, just cleaning department of BBC or CNN.

• Please if you want to tarnish anybody’s hard-earned reputation, not honorable Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum. The man is not corrupt and has no records in corruption and bribery scandals so Joy News be careful.

• Joy FM called the GS of GNAT and he indicated that the training was organized by the NTC, yet you went ahead with this headline. No wonder you are losing your relevance

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