Hon.Sarah Adwoa Sarfo, the minister of gender, children and social protection have publicly announced on the 13th of April 2021 in a letter to the general public about the school feeding program in the country.
The minister who is also the Mp for Dome Kwabenya constituency in the Greater Accra Region on the letter indicated that all caterers who have partaken in the activities of the school feeding program will however be paid in due cost .
The minister further on noted that, since her assumption in office, she have received complaints from people's who have cook under the feeding program and have not yet been paid upto now.
He added that efforts have been taken to addressed the indebtedness of the GSFP to caterers who have cooked under the program and has since not yet been paid.
Hon Sarah Adwoa Sarfo admonished affected members to have patients and remain resolute as processes have Comment to quickly addressed the situation and they will however be paid soon.
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