- Details and photos of how food items that could feed about 200 students for a week ended up in an auditor's house have popped up online
- Information available shows that the food items were sent during a time when auditors came to the Peki SHS
- The deputy Volta regional minister, Rev. Johnson Avuletey, intercepted the items and investigations currently are ongoing
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YEN.com.gh has learned that food items that could be used to feed about 200 students for about a week were diverted by authorities at Peki Senior High School (PESCO) to the home of an auditor.
Information available shows that the items cost thousands of cedis and included two gallons of oil (25 liters each), bags of rice, bags of maize, cartons of milk, packs of tom brown, packs of tomato paste and even the school’s branded exercise books
Per a report by adomonline.com, the food items were loaded unto the school’s pickup truck on Friday, January 10, 2020.
They were however intercepted by the deputy Volta regional minister, Rev. Johnson Avuletey.
The minister noted that the act is a probable attempt to sabotage the government’s Free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
He said he had a tip-off, at about midday of that fateful Friday that auditors were at Peki Senior High School (PESCO).
He was therefore surprised to realize that the school’s authorities were packing food items to send to the home of one of the auditors.
The case has since been reported to the police and they have assured the public that further details will be provided after investigations have been conducted.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a chat between Fella Makafui and a man who wished to win her heart.
After Fella Makafui’s split with musician, Medikal, the man, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, sought to try his chance with her.
However, things did not go as planned as she asked him to respect himself and refrain from sending her such a message.
She went on to say that she would block him as well as his entire generation if he goes any further with his plan.
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