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Faceless people in NPP want to destroy me – Yaw Adutwum

Training Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has noticed that individuals who are looking for his destruction are individuals from his own ideological group, the NPP.

He says these unremarkable individuals are working resolutely to guarantee that he fizzles; a circumstance he considers to be stressing.

"The Minister is hot, the Minister is in an embarrassment by individuals who look for my destruction for their own parochial interest inside my own party. I didn't regard to the call of the President to come to Ghana to discuss 1.2 million. My base compensation was $300,000 per year. I passed on it to come to Ghana to take 1.2 million. 1.2 million is here at the Ministry of Education.

These anonymous people ought to bow their heads down in disgrace on the grounds that Dr Adutwum will do nothing contrary to the principles of the World Bank, I won't carry disgrace to Ghana. I accept our extraordinary days are in front of us. Individuals are taken part in rubbish and consume governmental issues so they rehash it so often so individuals have faith in it yet it won't work."

He proceeded " my companions from the media around 90% of you I realize you by face and I have been to your studios and I've made my self available so in the event that you get any such thing could you converse with me? I value the way that you distribute response however some of the time it's past the point of no return for my standing.

On May 25 this year, there were reports claiming that the pastor had been in a ghost preparing plan for educators worth $1.2 million, subsidized by the World Bank.

As per the report, correspondence from the Director-General of the GES, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, showed that he knew nothing about the preparation of north of 40,000 educators on the advanced proficiency stage.

It further affirmed that the World Bank, as a feature of its examinations to lay out that the preparation of the educators occurred, as guaranteed by the service, formally kept in touch with the Director-General of the GES to affirm the said preparing.

The report refered to a letter endorsed by Prof. Opoku-Amankwa saying he was "uninformed that any such preparation has occurred".

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