The deputy national youth organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Eric Edem Agbana and Awal Mohammed of the NPP have been captured as part of the thousands of Ghanaians who benefitted from the students' loan scheme.
Now, it appears both men are refusing to pay back after leaving school.
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The duo were among the first batch of defaulters which was published by the Students Loan Trust Fund on Friday, November 22.
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Mr. Agbana was captured with student ID 10339654 from the University of Ghana where he took the loan to support his education, as well as Mr. Mohammed.
The list released captured defaulters as far back as 2010 from the University for Development Studies, University of Ghana, University of Cape Coast, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and some polytechnics across the country.
Meanwhile, the Student Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has announced that it will continue with the publication of more names of people who had defaulted in paying back loans they took from the fund.
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About 55,000 people are due to pay loans they received from the STLF but they have defaulted.
The Head of Public Relations at the SLTF, George Ferguson Liang, in a Citi News interview said they planned to publish a full list with details about the loans contracted by the defaulters in the dailies but they now intend to release the names in batches.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that heavy downpour has destroyed properties in the Somanya township on Monday, November 25.
The rainstorm also destroyed cash at the Barclays Bank branch in the area.
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