The management of the Student Loan Trust Fund says NDC deputy national youth organizer, Eric Edem Agbana does not owe the scheme like has been reported in the media.
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According to the scheme, Mr. Agbana’s name is not included in the list of defaulters published in the Daily Graphic on November 21 and 26, 2019.
The statement signed by the head of public relation of the Student Trust Fund, George Ferguson Laing, has urged the public to ignore all such publications.
But also, the SLTF in the statement, opined that it will continue to pursue defaulters in order to sustain the fund for the benefit of students.
Meanwhile, Eric Edem Agbana on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, issued a statement on his Facebook wall to dispute the credibility of the stories making rounds in the media.
The Student Loan Trust Fund loan defaulters featured persons from the University for Development Studies, University of Ghana, University of Cape Coast, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology; Ho, Bolga, Tamale, Sunyani, Koforidua, Kumasi Takoradi Polytechnics; among many others.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that former president John Dramani Mahama wrote his resignation letter before the demise of President John Evans Atta-Mills.
According to a yet-to-be-released book authored by investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni, the NDC flagbearer wanted to resign because of the constant frustration from some presidential staffers and ministers in the Atta-Mills administration.
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